a great or greedy eater; a glutton ...1592 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
from gut (n.) + -ling
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1592 - see EXAMPLE below
"...The bestiall gutlings of this fulsome feeding age fall upon a piece of piping hot poetry..."
From: Groats-Worth of Wit
By: Robert Greene, 1592
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