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/