Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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CUNGLE, n.2 A disturbance, a shindy. Cf. Cangle. [kʌŋl] Ayr. a.1878 H. Ainslie Pilgrimage, etc., and Poems (1892) 306:
His kimmer may kick up a cungle.

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