RABBLE , ageneral
See also:term for a disorderly
See also:crowd, apparently connected with the verb " to rabble," to talk or
See also:work in a confused manner, Du. rabbelen, Ger. dialect rabbeln, cf . Gr. pa(3fiaaeiv, to howl . In iron and steehmanufacture, a puddling-
See also:tool, for stirring the molten
See also:metal, is called a " rabble." This is a different word, adapted from Fr. rdble, for roable, Med .
See also:Lat. rotabulum, Lat. rutabulum (ruere, to
See also:rake), a
See also:shovel or oven rake .
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