Rackle definition

(UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) A chain.
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Origin of rackle

  • From Middle English rakyl (“chain”), apparently related to Old Frisian rakels (“chain”), French racle ("the iron ring of a door") (from a Germanic source), and also Middle English rakente, from Old English racente (“chain, fetter”). More at rackan.

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