1) An agricultural implement, used to drag dung or muck, no doubt from a dung-hill or a muck cart.
It is described as having tines or ‘claws’ set at an angle to the shaft: 1575 ii forkes a drage, South Cave
1683 a drage, a hopper, Lund. It is found occasionally in the compound word dung-drag, with a reference under 'dung', and in muck drag which is dealt with separately. In 1835 to 1 Drag Stilt was valued at 2s 6d, and this word invites comparison with plough-stilt. It may point to a horse-drawn drag.