human or other excrement; thus danna drag, a nightman’s or dustman’s cart; note var. in cit. 1803.
|Sporting Mag. Apr. XXII 54/1: An please your honour [...] for prigging a Jacob from a dunger-dan-ding-drag.’ [...] Prigging is to steal, a Jabob, is a ladder; and a dunger dan-ding-drag, a night cart.|
|Vocab. of the Flash Lang.|
|Flash Mirror 20: Peter Smutto [...] has entered his old flag of the Jacob and Drag, and he now does his business under the cognomen of the Bucket and Dunnaken.|
|Dict. of Modern Sl. etc. 29: DANNA, human ordure [...] DANNA DRAG, a nightman’s or dustman’s cart.|
|, ,||Sl. Dict. [as cit. 1859].|
|Aus. Sl. Dict. 22: Danna, night-soil [...] Dannadrag, a night-cart.|