Meaning of maggle in English:

maggle

Pronunciation /ˈmaɡ(ə)l/

verb

(also maigell)
rare Scottish
  • To maul, maim, lacerate, cut up; to disorder; to botch, confuse.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Edward, Duke of York (fl. c1373–1415), magnate. Perhaps a variant of mangle, and perhaps also influenced by Anglo-Norman demagler, demangler to lacerate, maim, mutilate.