studdle

studdle
I. \\ˈstədəl\ noun (-s)
Etymology: Middle English stodul sley of a loom, from Old English stōdla; akin to Middle High German stuodel post, Old English standan to stand — more at stand
: a prop or stud used in timbering; especially : a piece or post separating the frames, rings, or sets used in timbering a mine shaft
II. \\“, ˈstu̇d-\ transitive verb
Etymology: probably alteration (influenced by stir) (I) of muddle, v.
dialect : to muddy (as water) by stirring up : roil

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