Definition of cankle in English:

cankle

noun

informal
  • A woman's fat or swollen ankle whose flesh merges unattractively with that of the calf.

    • ‘Anyone could fall in love with Rosemary and her cankles.’
    • ‘‘Well I already have cankles to begin with,’ he laughed.’
    • ‘I don't even want to talk about the cankles anymore.’

Origin

Early 21st century: blend of calf and ankle.

Pronunciation:

cankle

/ˈkaŋk(ə)l/