darg

[dahrg]
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noun

Scot. and North England. a day's work.
Australian. a fixed or definite amount of work; a work quota.

Origin of darg

1375–1425; late Middle English dawerk, daiwerk, Old English dægweorc, equivalent to dæg day + weorc work
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darg

noun

Scot and Northern English dialect a day's work

Word Origin for darg

C15: formed by syncope from day-work
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