Definition of bruckle in English:

bruckle

(also pruckle)

adjective

Irish English, English Regional, Scottish, Northern
  • 1Liable to fail or falter; weak, frail; uncertain, precarious.

  • 2Of a physical object or substance: hard but liable to break easily; brittle.

Origin

Old English (in an earlier sense). From an ablaut variant (zero-grade) of the Germanic base of break + the Germanic base of -le. A by-form with i-mutation is shown by Old English brycel.

Pronunciation

bruckle

/ˈbrʌk(ə)l/