raddle definition by Webster's New World
raddle definition by American Heritage Dictionary
transitive verb rad·dled, rad·dling, rad·dles
To twist together; interweave.
Origin: From dialectal raddle, stick interwoven with others in a fence, from Anglo-Norman reidele, stout pole, possibly from Middle High German reidel, rod; see reidh- in Indo-European roots.
noun & v.
Variant of ruddle.