Someone who takes something with no intention of repaying or reimbursing
Past tense: Alrick hoadled my scrap
Present tense: Stop hoadling my scrap Alrick
Future tense: Alrick will hoadle my scrap
Origin - There's much speculation as to the origin of the word. A common thought is that it comes from a group of people in ancient times called the hoadle tribe. This tribe used to survive by steeling rival tribe's scrap, enhancing it, then selling it on. Another thought is that the word comes from the greek 'Hoadlophasus', who was a greek God who used to steel Thors scrap!
Can be used in offensive manner in the context;
'Alrick you dirty, filthy, hoadler'