Gangrel definition

găngrəl
A vagabond; a drifter.
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(now chiefly dial.) A roving beggar; vagrant.
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(UK dialectal) A tall awkward fellow.
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A child just beginning to walk, toddler.
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(dialectal, Scotland) A tramp, vagrant, vagabond.
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Origin of gangrel

  • Middle English probably from gangen to go gangling

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From gang +‎ -rel. Compare gangling.

    From Wiktionary