from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A local Scotch name of the whiting.

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  • noun Plural form of darg.


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  • “Eva Nine, I have heard stories of beasts telepathically imprinting onto others—like wild dargs becoming tame for frint farmers—but what you call a ‘tardigrade’ is no pet.”

    The Search For WondLa

  • "You fon 'of dargs?" inquired Francis affably, looking up as he came in.

    The White Feather

  • There was Fearenside telling about it all over again for the second time; there was Mrs. Hall saying his dog didn’t have no business to bite her guests; there was Huxter, the general dealer from over the road, interrogative; and Sandy Wadgers from the forge, judicial; besides women and children, —all of them saying fatuities: “Wouldn’t let en bite me, I knows”; “’Tasn’t right have such dargs”; “Whad ’e bite’n for then?

    The Thousand and One Bottles

  • "'Tasn't right have such dargs;" "Whad 'e bite'n for then?" and so forth.

    The Invisible Man

  • My disease is a pain to me that dargs me down to the endless nightmare

    歪酷博客 Ycool Blog

  • _me_, I knows ";"'Tasn't right _have_ such dargs ";" Whad _'e_ bite

    The Invisible Man

  • Keep the personal shit to do with the 'big dargs' outside of the music industry, or at least disguise it.



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