(third-person singular simple present fangles, present participle fangling, simple past and past participle fangled)
Although obsolete in general English, the verb is still occasionally used in some regions, and is retained in the expression new fangled.
From Middle English fangelen (verb), from fangel (“inclined to take”, adjective), from Old English *fangol, *fangel (“inclined to take”), from fōn (“to take, seize”). Compare Old English andfangol (“undertaker, contractor”), Old English underfangelnes (“undertaking, hospitality”), Middle English fangen (“to take, seize, catch”). More at fang, onfang.