Darg meaning

(in Scotland and northern English dialects) A day’s work, the task of a day; also, a defined quantity or amount of work, or of the product of work, done in a certain time or at a certain rate of payment; a task.
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(dialect) Informal form of dog.
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Origin of darg

First attested in late Middle English; a syncopic form of daywork, developed through the series of forms: dayworkdaywerkdaywarkdawark → *da’arkdarkdarg.