Definition of mundle in English:

mundle

Pronunciation /ˈmʌndl/

noun

(also mundel)
dialect British, Midlands English, Welsh, Canadian
  • A stick or similar wooden utensil (often with one flat end) used for stirring.

Origin

Mid 16th century. Probably the reflex of a borrowing from early Scandinavian from the Scandinavian base of Old Icelandic mund hand + the Scandinavian base of Old Icelandic -ull.