kiddle

/ (ˈkɪdəl) /

noun

British archaic a device, esp a barrier constructed of nets and stakes, for catching fish in a river or in the sea

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Word Origin for kiddle

C13: from Anglo-French, from Old French quidel, of obscure origin
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