pightle

pightle

(ˈpaɪtəl)
n
(Agriculture) archaic dialect Eastern Brit a small enclosure; paddock
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References in periodicals archive ?
- John Williams The Pightle Leziate Drove King's Lynn 01553 630322 WINDLE - THOMAS, April 24, 2012.
Robert Bloomer combines areal linguistics with family history to produce a survey of the present-day distribution on Long Island of pightle, 'paddock, barnyard', brought to America from England by the Pilgrim Fathers.