The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pightel \Pigh"tel\, n. [Cf. Pight, Picle.] A small inclosure. [Written also pightle.] [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
n. (context archaic dialectal English) A small piece of enclosed land, often by a hedge. Some authorities also indicate that a '''pightle''' tends to be associated with a house or messuage.
Usage examples of "pightle".
Passing by your broad acres this fine morning we saw a pightle, which we deemed would suit.