Definition of ragler in English:

ragler

(also raglore)

noun

historical
  • The chief officer in a Welsh commot; a sheriff or constable.

Origin

Late Middle English. Alteration of Welsh rhaglaw regent, deputy, especially a lord's chief representative in a commot from rhag- pre-, fore- + llaw hand, after -er.

Pronunciation

ragler

/ˈraɡlə/