Is it ladle or laddle? [closed]

The author of a book I’m working on insists that a ladle, a serving spoon for soup or stew, is spelled laddle. A quick Google search pulled results of ladle, but most shopping sites and Youtube videos have laddle.

I’m most certain ladle is correct. But I need to know how and where she got laddle.


​According to Oxford, Cambridge, Merriam-Webster’s Dictionaries,
there is the only spelling ‘LADLE’:

a very big spoon with a long handle and a deep cup-shaped part, used especially for serving soup.

Source : Link , Question Author : Almira , Answer Author : Mari-Lou A

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