1. Scot. and North England. a day’s work.
2. Australian. a fixed or definite amount of work; a work quota.
…as I thought myself entitled to a young man, and did not relish the apparition of him coming in at the gloaming, when the day’s darg was done, and before candles were lighted. — Carl MacDougall, The Devil and the Giro, 2010
Man does not live by money alone, where would we be without our daily darg? — Alasdair Gray, McGrotty and Ludmilla, or, The Harbinger Report, 1990
Darg derives from the Old English word dægweorc, from the roots dæg meaning “day” and weorc meaning “work.”