Correct spelling for DAJ

We think the word daj is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable.

Possible correct spellings for daj

  • da Then comes the bigotry-the stake-the auto-da-fe of scandal.
  • dab And touching her hair, laying a dab of scent on her eyebrows, she turned and went downstairs fluttering, but outwardly calm enough.
  • dad Give my love to Dad.
  • dag Alan Bergman (born 1925), American songwriter Alan Bergman (died 2010), American ballet dancer Alfred Bergman (1889–1961), American baseball and football player Amanda Bergman (born 1987), Swedish musician Andrew Bergman (born 1945), American film director Anita Bergman, Canadian politician Bo Bergman (1869–1967), Swedish poet Borah Bergman (1926–2012), American pianist Cam Bergman (born 1983), Canadian lacrosse player Carl Johan Bergman (born 1978), Swedish biathlete Charlotte Bergman (1903–2002), Belgian art collector and philanthropist Christian Bergman (born 1988), American baseball player Dag Bergman (1914–1984), Swedish diplomat Daniel Bergman (born 1962), Swedish film director Dave Bergman (1953–2015), American baseball player David Bergman (born 1950), American writer David Bergman (born ca.
  • dam When the dam broke, the water raced down the valley with the speed of an express train.
  • dat So de ghost say': "Ah come on down yere fo' to git a pumpkin fo' a head, an' Ah pick' dat ixact pumpkin whut yo' gwine tek, an' Ah don't like dat one bit.
  • day "The day after to-morrow, then.
  • dj Calm Down is the debut extended play from Australian electronic DJ and producer Alison Wonderland.
  • haj Bruneians adhere to the practice of using complete full names with all titles, including the title Haji (for men) or Hajjah (for women) for those who have made the Haj pilgrimage to Mecca.
  • Dan But it's different with Dan.
  • Dar " Dar ain' no end er trouble, Marse Gabriel, ez long ez dar's yo' chillen en de chillen er yo' chillen ter come atter you.
  • Maj The Examiner sturdily supported Maj.
  • ADJ HIGH, adj. highborn, distinguished, R. 1034; High and low, under all circumstances, T. iii. 418. See HEIGH, HY.

Misspelling of the day


  • constating
  • presbyterian
  • presenting
  • presetting