Meaning of taffle in English:

taffle

Pronunciation /ˈtaf(ə)l/

verb

[with object] dialect British usually be taffled up
  • Cause to become twisted together or caught in something; tangle.

    ‘ten sheep had got themselves taffled up in brambles’
    • ‘I hate it when my headphones get taffled up’

Origin

Mid 18th century (in the obsolete sense ‘tire out’): origin uncertain.