Word Summary
dagal: to look, behold
Original Word: דָּגַל
Transliteration: dagal
Phonetic Spelling: (daw-gal')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to look, behold
Meaning: to flaunt, raise a, flag, to be conspicuous
Strong's Concordance
set up, with banners, chiefest

A primitive root; to flaunt, i.e. Raise a flag; figuratively, to be conspicuous -- (set up, with) banners, chiefest.


H1713. dagal

[דָּגַל‎] verb look, bahold (Assyrian dagâlu, LotzTP 131; Thes Rob-Ges MV SS De make דָּגוּל‎ a denominative from דֶּגֶל‎ = lifted up like a banner, or furnished with a banner, i.e. exalted, distinguished, AV RV chiefest); — Passive participle מֵרְבָבָה דָּגוּלSong of Solomon 5:10 looked at, conspicuous, according to DlHA 40.

[דָּגַל‎] verb denominative carry, or set up standard, banner

Qal Imperfect1plural נִדְנֹּלPsalm 20:6 (Gr Che נָגִיל‎; Bi נְגַדֵּל‎, after ᵑ6 ᵐ5‎; Now נִגְדַּל‎; possibly נַגְדִּל‎ ?) set up standard in battle, compare DlPr 61.

Niph`al Participle feminine plural נִדְגָּלוֺתSong of Solomon 6:4, 10 bannered, supplied with standards, participle as substantive, of bannered hosts, compare De.

דגן‎ (√ of following meaning dubious; Late Hebrew דַּגֵּן‎ Pa`el heap up etc. seems to be denominative; Ol§ 215 b. 4 derives דָּגָן‎ from דָּגָה‎, compare MV; WeSkizzen iii. 170 inclines to regard דָּגָן‎ as derived from proper name, of divinity דגן‎ (compare דָּגוֺן‎), as cereal from Ceres).