intransitive verb-·dled, -·dling
Origin of intermeddleMiddle English entremedlen from Anglo-French entremedler: see inter- and meddle
intransitive verbin·ter·med·dled, in·ter·med·dling, in·ter·med·dles
Origin of intermeddleMiddle English entermedlen from Old French entremedler entre- between ( from Latin inter- ; see inter- . ) medler to mix ; see meddle .
(third-person singular simple present intermeddles, present participle intermeddling, simple past and past participle intermeddled)
From Anglo-Norman entremedler (= Old French entremesler), from inter- + medler.