Definition of drabble in English:

drabble

verb

archaic
  • Make or become wet and dirty by movement into or through muddy water.

    with object ‘clip off the down at the tail to prevent their being drabbled’
    no object ‘the poor fellows who had to drabble through the mire’

Origin

Middle English: from Low German drabbelen ‘paddle in water or mire’, from drabbe ‘mire’.

Pronunciation

drabble

/ˈdrab(ə)l/