H1713 דּגל - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


דּגל
dâgal
daw-gal'
A primitive root; to flaunt, that is, raise a flag; figuratively to be conspicuous

KJV Usage: (set up, with) banners, chiefest.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB1842
BDB1844

דּגל

1. to look, behold
a. (Qal) looked at, conspicuous (participle)
2. to carry a banner or standard, set up banner or standard
a. (Qal) to set up standard (in battle)
b. (Niphal) supplied with banners, bannered
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 402b
Parts of Speech: Verb

View how H1713 דּגל is used in the Bible

4 occurrences of H1713 דּגל

Psalms 20:5 we will set up our banners:
Song of Songs 5:10 the chief
Song of Songs 6:4 as an army with banners.
Song of Songs 6:10 as an army with banners?

Distinct usage

1 we will set up our banners:
1 the chief
1 as an army with banners.
1 as an army with banners?

Corresponding Greek Words

dagal ni. G5021 tasso


Related words

H1713 דּגל

H1714 דּגל degel
דּגל
degel
deh'-gel
From H1713; a flag

KJV Usage: banner, standard.