1) A holy water sprinkler.
1449 unum halywatirfatt et unum strynkyll de argento, Everton
1455 j litill holy water fatt with j strenkill of silver, York
1493 To a well disposed preste ... I will that he ... take the holy water strynkill and goe to the grave ... and cast holywater on the grave, York
1520 paid for ij strynkylles, jd, York
c.1537 j holywater fatt with a strynkyll of sylver ungilt weyng liiij unces, Fountains Abbey. As a verb it meant more generally ‘to sprinkle’: 1707 Thomas Calvert’s shoes were all strinkled with red wares, Baildon
1741 strinkle it over with bread Crumbs, Pontefract.