1) Probably a form of ragged, used as a name for a rough-coated animal.

1582 I geve unto her more one other cowe called Raggalt, Grinton. A public house called the Raggalds, high above Bradford, is on an ancient highway used by drovers, and ‘raggled’ may explain the unusual name.

places Grinton
dates 1582

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