SpringalSpring"al\, Springald \Spring"ald\, Springall \Spring"all\, a. [Scot. springald, springel, fr. Scot. & E. spring.] An active, springly young man. [Obs.] "There came two springals of full tender years." --Spenser. Joseph, when he was sold to Potiphar, that great man, was a fair young springall. --Latimer.
SpringalSpring"al\, n. [OF. espringale; of Teutonic origin, akin to E. spring.] An ancient military engine for casting stones and arrows by means of a spring.