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Noun: dag  dag
  1. [US, Austral, informal] A witty amusing person who makes jokes
    - wag, wit, card
     
  2. [Austral, NZ, informal] A person with poor hygiene and low standards of tidiness
    - slob [Brit, informal], sloven, pig [informal], slovenly person, schlump [N. Amer, informal], shlump [N. Amer, informal]
     
  3. [Austral, NZ, informal] A person with an unusual or odd personality
    - eccentric, eccentric person, flake [N. Amer, informal], oddball [informal], geek [informal]
     
  4. [Austral, NZ] A dangling lock of sheep’s wool matted with dung
    - daglock [Austral, NZ]
     
  5. [archaic] 10 grams
    - dekagram [N. Amer], decagram, jag
     
  6. [archaic] A flap along the edge of a garment; used in medieval clothing
    - jag
Verb: dag (dagged,dagging)  dag
Usage: Austral, NZ (=jag)
  1. Remove dags from sheep

Derived forms: dagging, dagged, dags

Type of: flap, humorist, individual, metric weight unit, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul, vulgarian, weight unit

Part of: garment, hectogram, hectogramme, hg

Encyclopedia: Dag, Hungary