Day's journey @ The usual length of a day's journey in the East, on camel or horseback, in six or eight hours, is about 25 or 30 miles. The "three days' journey" mentioned in Exodus:3:18 is simply a journey which would occupy three days in going and returning.
Daysman @ an umpire or arbiter or judge Job:9:33). This word is formed from the Latin diem dicere, i.e., to fix a day for hearing a cause. Such an one is empowered by mutual consent to decide the cause, and to "lay his hand", i.e., to impose his authority, on both, and enforce his sentence.
Daystar @ which precedes and accompanies the sun-rising. It is found only in 2Peter:1:19, where it denotes the manifestation of Christ to the soul, imparting spiritual light and comfort. He is the "bright and morning star" of Revelation:2:28Revelation:22:16. (Comp. Numbers:24:17.)