Meaning of gamphrel in English:

gamphrel

Pronunciation /ˈɡamfrəl/

noun

rare Scottish, Irish
  • A stupid or foolish person; a fool, a blockhead, an idiot.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Allan Ramsay (1684–1758), poet. Apparently from Scots gamf fool (although this is first attested later) + -rel.