Degrees of general hardness (dGH) is a unit of water hardness, specifically of general hardness. General hardness is a measure of the concentration of divalent metal ions such as calcium and magnesium (Ca2+, Mg2+) per volume of water.
Dghe is a town in Eritrea. It is located in the Gash-Barka region and is the capital of Dghe District.
Dghe Subregion is a subregion in the western Gash-Barka region (Zoba Gash-Barka) of Eritrea. Its capital lies at Dghe.
Dghweɗe (also known as Hude, Johode, Traude, Dehoxde, Tghuade, Toghwede, Wa'a, Azaghvana, Zaghvana) is a Chadic language spoken in Borno State, Nigeria in the Gwoza LGA.
A luzzu (pronounced like lutsu in Maltese) is a traditional fishing boat from the Maltese islands. They are usually painted in bright colours, while the bow has a pair of eyes.
Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council (DGHC) (1988-2012), also once known for a short period of time as Darjeeling Gorkha Autonomous Hill Council (DGAHC), was a semi-autonomous body that looked after the administration of the hills of Darjeeling District in the state of West Bengal, India.
A dgħajsa (pronounced dysa in Maltese) is a traditional water taxi from Malta. The design of the Dgħajsa, like that of another Maltese boat, the luzzu, possibly dates back to Phoenician times, although it was modified over time, especially during British rule in Malta.
DGH may refer to:
Direction Generale de L'Hydraulique et del'Electrification Rurales (DGHER) is a hydraulic and electricity scheme in Burundi.
David Gerald Hessayon (born 1928) is a British author and botanist of Cypriot descent who is known for a best-selling series of gardening manuals known as the "Expert Guides" under his title Dr. D. G.