Definition of thrappled in English:

thrappled

Pronunciation /ˈθrap(ə)ld/ /ˈθrɒp(ə)ld/

adjective

rare
  • As the second element in parasynthetic compounds: having a throat or windpipe of the specified kind, or like that of the animal specified. In early use chiefly of horses.

    Recorded earliest in cock-thrappled.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Gervase Markham (?1568–1637), author. From thrapple + -ed.