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gangrel

[ gang-gruhl, -ruhl ]
/ ˈgæŋ grəl, -rəl /
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noun British Dialect.
a lanky, loose-jointed person.
a wandering beggar; vagabond; vagrant.
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Origin of gangrel

1300–50; Middle English; See gang1, -rel; cf. gangling
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British Dictionary definitions for gangrel

gangrel
/ (ˈɡæŋɡrəl, ˈɡæŋrəl) /

noun Scot archaic, or literary
a wandering beggar
a child just able to walk; toddler

Word Origin for gangrel

C16: from Old English gangan to go 1
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