Etymology
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crippled (adj.)

"partly or wholly deprived of the use of one or more limbs," early 14c., from cripple (v.). The earlier adjective in Middle English was crepel, crupel (early 13c.).

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Definitions of crippled

crippled (adj.)
disabled in the feet or legs;
a crippled soldier
Synonyms: halt / halting / lame / gimpy / game
From wordnet.princeton.edu