One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A herd of deer, as distinguished from the leaders of the herd.‘he sat and smiled benevolently amidst a rangale of grazing deer’
- ‘The former banker captured these magic moments as the rangale made a brief stop to graze.’
Late Middle English (in sense ‘main body of an army’): from Old French rengaille, ringaille ‘dregs of an army, camp followers’, from renge range.
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