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EtymologyEdit

From Old Irish ecla (compare Scottish Gaelic eagal, Irish eagla).

NounEdit

aggle m (genitive singular aggle, plural agglyn)

  1. fear

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ScotsEdit

Alternative formsEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • (Insular) IPA(key): /aɡl/, /ʌɡl/

NounEdit

aggle (plural aggles)

  1. (Orkney, Shetland) A mess; a confused or dirty state.
    Eftir da rain dastreen da rigs is in wan aggle o dirt.
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VerbEdit

aggle (third-person singular present aggles, present participle agglin, past aggelt, past participle aggelt)

  1. (Orkney, Shetland) to soil; defile; dirty
    I wiss du widna aggle dee haands i yun fish brucks.
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  2. (Orkney, Shetland) to make a mess

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