ja, jaw verb
1 to go, leave 20-:
2 to walk 19.
3 to put something in a place or container: Jaw the blaw in the blawkie. [Put the meal in the pot.] 20.
4 to hurry: Will ye bing, will ye ja...? [Will you go, will you hurry?] la20. Compare avree etymology: Romany , verb, imperative ‘go’ also jal ‘to go, to journey’; sense 1 attested by Galloway and Perthshire and Argyleshire Tinkler-Gypsies and BS in TDITA; sense 2 collected by Joseph F G S Lucas from Kirk Yetholm Gypsies; sense 3 only attested by Galloway Tinkler-Gypsies; sense 4 attested by CH in TDITA; also collected by EMcC/PS note:

Smart & Crofton (1875) collected the forms jaw v., ‘to go’ from English Gypsies.

Cited by Canadian Paul Pope (2013) as ja ‘to go’.

jaw verb to drink 20. etymology: probably a development of Scots jaw ‘a large quantity of any liquid which can be drunk; a draught; perhaps from the part of the body; only collected by McCormick