- דִּילּוּגm. (דָּלַג) leap, skipping. Num. R. s. 5 בד׳ in a leap (hurriedly).Ib. s. 2 (play on ודגלו, Cant. 2:4) ודִילּוּגוֹ עליוכ׳ even his skipping from subject to subject is to me a token of love. Cant. R. to l. c. (ref. to a childs skipping over the Name of the Lord in reading exercises and to an ignorant persons misreading); Yalk. ib. 986.
Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature. Jastrow, Marcus. 1903.