Definitions for huddler
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
hud•dleˈhʌd l(v.; n.)-dled, -dling
(v.i.)to gather or crowd together in a close mass:
They huddled around the stove to get warm.
to crouch, curl up, or draw oneself together.
to confer or consult.
(v.t.)to heap or crowd together closely.
to draw (oneself) closely together, as in crouching; nestle (often fol. by up).
to put on (clothes) with careless haste (often fol. by on).
(n.)a closely gathered group, mass, or heap.
a close gathering of football players behind the scrimmage line to hear instructions for the next play.
a conference, esp. a private one about a serious matter.
Origin of huddle:
1570–80; hud- (weak grade of root found in hide1) + -le
a member of a huddle
a person who crouches
"low huddlers against the wind"
One who huddles.
one who huddles things together