wallydraigle


wal·ly·drai·gle

noun \ˈwā-lē-ˌdrā-gəl, ˈwä-lē-\

Definition of WALLYDRAIGLE

chiefly Scottish
:  a feeble, imperfectly developed, or slovenly creature

Origin of WALLYDRAIGLE

perhaps from Scots wally (alteration of wallaway, exclamation of woe) + dragle draggle
First Known Use: 1508

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