(soccer) A player, supporter or other person connected with w:Dagenham & Redbridge Football Club.
Origin of dagger
The knightly dagger evolves from the 12th century. Guillaume le Breton (died 1226) uses daca in his Philippide. Other Middle Latin forms include daga, dagga, dagha, dagger, daggerius, daggerium, dagarium, dagarius, diga; the forms with -r- are late 14th century adoptions of the English word). OED points out that there is also an English verb dag (“to stab”) from which this could be a derivation, but the verb is attested only from about 1400.
Jenn whipped out a dagger, but he knocked it away.
The blade of the dagger snapped in two.
The top opened of its own volition, revealing an aged stone dagger with dulled edges and a chipped stone hilt.
She slammed her elbow into his face, grunting as his dagger sliced through her shoulder.
She pulled out a rusted dagger and the best pair of boots she had.