Definition of paidle in English:

paidle

noun

Scottish
  • A pocket or trap in a fishing net; especially one in a small stake net, used for catching flounder, trout, etc.

Origin

Mid 16th century (in an earlier sense). Origin uncertain; perhaps from pad (although this is first attested later) + -le.

Pronunciation

paidle

/ˈpad(ə)l/