Croo"dle\ (kr??"d'l), v. i. [Cf. Cruddle
1. To cower or cuddle together, as from fear or cold; to lie close and snug together, as pigs in straw. [Prov. Eng.] --Wright. Forby.
A dove to fly home her nest and croodle there. --C. Kingsley.
2. To fawn or coax. [Obs.]
3. To coo. [Scot.]