דְּגַן , Ithpe. אִידְּגַן to be piled up, stored. Ned. 55ᵃ shall we judge (fr. R. Meir’s opinion VII, 2, v. preced.) כל דמִידְּגַן משמע dagan implies everything which is piled up?—Ber. 47ᵇ; Bets. 13ᵇ האי (אִדְּ׳) אי׳ וכ׳ the one (the piled up) has become dagan, the other (standing in the ears) is not yet dagan (with ref. to Num. XVIII, 27).