wallydraigle

noun
wal·​ly·​drai·​gle | \ˈwā-lē-ˌdrā-gəl, ˈwä-lē- \

Definition of wallydraigle 

chiefly Scotland

: a feeble, imperfectly developed, or slovenly creature

First Known Use of wallydraigle

1508, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for wallydraigle

perhaps from Scots wally (alteration of wallaway, exclamation of woe) + dragle draggle

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