suddle

noun or verb
sud·dle | \ˈsədᵊl, ˈsu̇d-\

Definition of suddle 

Scottish & dialectal, England

: stain, soil

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History and Etymology for suddle

probably from Middle High German sudelen; akin to German dialect sudel swamp, bog, Greek hyei it is raining

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