According to the Urban Dictionary:
A dag is technically the matted wool on a sheep's tail, but in typical useage throughout Australia, it refers to people who don't have a neat, tidy or cultured appearance. It can also refer to a person who tends to be quite informal.
It is not necessarily a derogatory term in modern useage, but may have negative connotations - ie " He's a real dag!" or as an adjective - " His clothes are daggy." Often it is used in relation to someone unfashionable.
The term "dag" is also a type of compliment as used between mates, both male and female. For example, "you dag" means you're a good friend, and I know you don't mind me having a bit of fun with you, and putting you down in a way that I don't really mean.
A real dag is the matted sheep droppings and dirt mixed with the wool on the sheep's backside. To clean the dags out of the wool means to clean the matted wool of droppings. It's also any long, dangling, matted part of the wool. Dag may even refer to the long, matted, untidy and dirty parts of another animal's coat, e.g. dags on a long-haired dog, especially the parts that hang down close to the ground and get dirty, or dags in a neglected horse's tail, etc.
A dag in Australian colloquialism: an odd, eccentric or amusing person - daggish, adj.
1. an untidy, slovenly person. 2. a person who, while neat in appearance and conservative in manners, lacks style or panache.
dag means decagram or 10 grams.
dag is an abbreviation for decagram which is 10 grams.
'Dag' can have two meanings. One meaing is 'day', the other is '(good)bye'.
dag is: * the da prefix (which is deca-); to * the unit g (which is gram); meaning dag is decagrams deca- prefix means 10, thus 1 dag = 10 g
Its African language. Its African for hello.
It's basically a euphemism for "God damn".
1 hg = 10 dag so 45 hg = 10*45 = 450 dag.1 hg = 10 dag so 45 hg = 10*45 = 450 dag.1 hg = 10 dag so 45 hg = 10*45 = 450 dag.1 hg = 10 dag so 45 hg = 10*45 = 450 dag.
No, 4.5g does not equal to 45 dag. 4.5g equals to .45 dag.
It could be dekagram, although there are more than 30 alternatives.
God dag in danish means "Good day". In other words: It's a greeting, when you meet somebody, a formal way of saying: "Hello". Lajla Almgren
15 hectograms are larger then 1.5 decagrams. 1 hg = 10 dag ⇒ 15 hg = 15 x 10 dag = 150 dag 150 dag > 1.5 dag ⇒ 15 hg > 1.5 dag
Day is the English equivalent of 'Dag'.