H1715 דּגן - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

From H1711; properly increase, that is, grain

KJV Usage: corn ([floor]), wheat.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions



1. wheat, cereal, grain, corn
Origin: from H1711
TWOT: 403a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

1) wheat, cereal, grain, corn

View how H1715 דּגן is used in the Bible

First 30 of 40 occurrences of H1715 דּגן

Genesis 27:28 of grain
Genesis 27:37 and with grain
Numbers 18:12 and of the wheat,
Numbers 18:27 to you, as though it were the grain
Deuteronomy 7:13 thy grain,
Deuteronomy 11:14 in thy grain,
Deuteronomy 12:17 of thy grain,
Deuteronomy 14:23 of thy grain,
Deuteronomy 18:4 also of thy grain,
Deuteronomy 28:51 thee either grain,
Deuteronomy 33:28 of grain
2 Kings 18:32 of grain
2 Chronicles 31:5 of grain,
2 Chronicles 32:28 of grain,
Nehemiah 5:2 grain
Nehemiah 5:3 grain,
Nehemiah 5:10 and grain:
Nehemiah 5:11 and of the grain,
Nehemiah 10:39 of the grain,
Nehemiah 13:5 of the grain,
Nehemiah 13:12 of the grain
Psalms 4:7 when their grain
Psalms 65:9 them grain,
Psalms 78:24 them of the grain
Isaiah 36:17 of grain
Isaiah 62:8 thy grain
Jeremiah 31:12 for grain,
Lamentations 2:12 Where is grain
Ezekiel 36:29 for the grain,
Hosea 2:8 her grain,

Distinct usage

4 of grain
2 of grain,
2 grain
2 for the grain
2 of the grain,
2 of thy grain,
1 and with grain
1 and of the wheat,
1 to you, as though it were the grain
1 also of thy grain,
1 grain,
1 and grain:
1 and of the grain,
1 of the grain
1 when their grain
1 them grain,
1 them of the grain
1 thy grain
1 her grain,
1 my grain
1 the grain,
1 themselves for grain
1 upon every threshingfloor.
1 as the grain,
1 Where is grain
1 you grain,
1 thy grain,
1 thee either grain,
1 in thy grain,
1 for the grain,
1 for grain,
1 and upon the grain,

Corresponding Greek Words

dagan G740 artos
dagan G4621 sitos
dagan G5160 trophe

Related words


H1711 דּגה dâgâh

A primitive root; to move rapidly; used only as a denominative from H1709; to spawn, that is, become numerous

KJV Usage: grow.

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.