Definition of gangrel in US English:

gangrel

(also gangeril, gangril, gangerill)

noun

  • Chiefly English regional (northern) and Scottish. A wandering beggar; a vagrant; a wanderer, a walker; a pedlar.

adjective

  • 1Chiefly English regional (northern) and Scottish. Vagabond, vagrant; wandering.

  • 2Lanky, loose-jointed.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Richard Rolle (a1310–1349), hermit and religious author. Probably from gang + -rel.

Pronunciation

gangrel

/ˈɡaŋɡrəl/