Definition of spreathed in English:

spreathed

Pronunciation /spriːðd/

adjective

(also spreethed)
dialect, rare British, Welsh
  • Of skin: cracked, rough, or sore, as a result of exposure to cold or damp; chapped.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in John Britton (1771–1857), antiquary and topographer. Apparently related to sprayed and English regional (south-western) spried and spreed in similar use. Further etymology unknown.