H1710 דּגה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


דּגה
dâgâh
daw-gaw'
Feminine of H1709, and meaning the same

KJV Usage: fish.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB1837

דּגה

1. fish
Origin: from H1709
TWOT: 401b
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
דָּגָה
da.gah
H:N-F
fish
1) fish

View how H1710 דּגה is used in the Bible

15 occurrences of H1710 דּגה

Genesis 1:26 over the fish
Genesis 1:28 over the fish
Exodus 7:18 And the fish
Exodus 7:21 And the fish
Numbers 11:5 the fish,
Deuteronomy 4:18 of any fish
Psalms 105:29 their fish.
Isaiah 50:2 their fish
Ezekiel 29:4 and I will cause the fish
Ezekiel 29:4 and all the fish
Ezekiel 29:5 thee and all the fish
Ezekiel 47:9 multitude of fish,
Ezekiel 47:10 their fish
Ezekiel 47:10 as the fish
Jonah 2:1 out of the fish's

Distinct usage

2 over the fish
2 And the fish
2 their fish
1 the fish,
1 their fish.
1 and I will cause the fish
1 and all the fish
1 thee and all the fish
1 multitude of fish,
1 as the fish
1 out of the fish's
1 of any fish

Corresponding Greek Words

dagah G2486 ichthus


Related words

H1710 דּגה

H1709

דּאג דּג o
dâg dâ'g
dawg, dawg
From H1711; a fish (as prolific); or perhaps rather from H1672 (as timid); but still better from H1672 (in the sense of squirming, that is, moving by the vibratory action of the tail); a fish (often used collectively)

KJV Usage: fish.


H1711 דּגה dâgâh
דּגה
dâgâh
daw-gaw'
A primitive root; to move rapidly; used only as a denominative from H1709; to spawn, that is, become numerous

KJV Usage: grow.


H1712 דּגון dâgôn
דּגון
dâgôn
daw-gohn'
From H1709; the fish god; Dagon, a Philistine deity

KJV Usage: Dagon.


H1728 דּוּג davvâg
דּוּג
davvâg
dav-vawg'
An orthographical variation of H1709 as a denominative (H1771); a fisherman

KJV Usage: fisher.


H1770 דּיג dı̂yg
דּיג
dı̂yg
deeg
Denominative from H1709; to fish

KJV Usage: fish.