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.
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.
Dghe Subregion is a subregion in the western Gash-Barka region (Zoba Gash-Barka) of Eritrea. Its capital lies at Dghe.
Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council (DGHC) (Nepali: दार्जीलिङ गोरखा हिल परिषद (दा.गो.हि.प) (1988-2012), also once known for a short period of time as Darjeeling Gorkha Autonomous Hill Council (DGAHC) (Nepali: दार्जीलिङ गोरखा स्वायत्त हिल परिषद, was a semi-autonomous body that looked after the administration of the hills of Darjeeling District in the state of West Bengal, India.
Dghe is a town in Eritrea. It is located in the Gash-Barka region and is the capital of Dghe District.
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.
A dgħajsa (Maltese pronunciation: [dɐɪsɐ], pl. dgħajjes [dɐɪjɛs]) is a traditional water taxi from 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.