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Dagesh
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Dagesh: Diacritical mark in the Hebrew alphabet which is a dot inside a Hebrew letter for modifying its sound (Hebrew grammar)
Dagestan
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Dagestan: Autonomous republic in the Caucasus area of south Russia bordering on the Caspian Sea
Dagestanian
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Dagestanian: An inhabitant of Dagestan, an autonomous republic in SW Russia. (n) The family of North Caucasian languages spoken in Dagestan.
Dagga
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Dagga: Relatively non-poisonous South African herb smoked like tobacco having a mild sedative effect Indian hemp marijuana
Dagger
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Dagger: A timber placed diagonally in a ships frame. Knight.
Dagges
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Dagges: An ornamental cutting of the edges of garments, introduced about a. d. 1346, according to the Chronicles of St Albans. [Obs.] Halliwell.
Daggle
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Daggle: To run, go, or trail ones self through water, mud, or slush to draggle. Nor, like a puppy [have I] daggled through the town. Pope.
Daggle-tail
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Daggle-tail: A dirty or clotted lock of wool on a sheep a taglock.
Daggle-tail daggle-tailed
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Daggle-tail daggle-tailed: Having the lower ends of garments defiled by trailing in mire or filth draggle-tailed.
Daggy
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Daggy: In Australia or New Zealand this is an informal term that refers to a person that wears scruffy clothing or is unfashionable or is unstylish. (adj) Shabby/ untidy
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