Definition of gangrel
Origin and Etymology of gangrel
Middle English (north) & early Scots gangrel, gangerall, probably from gang 1gang + -rel, noun suffix with diminutive or pejorative force (borrowed from Old French -erel, expansion of -el, diminutive suffix, going back to Latin -ellus)
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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