naiskel noun
1 a father 20-.
2 a preacher 20-. Compare naiscowl which may be the same word etymology: origin of the first element is obscure but it seems to denote a first degree blood relative; compare Latin nāscor, Romanian naşte and Irish nasc; sense 1 found in Shelta, and attested by Galloway and Perthshire and Argyleshire Tinkler-Gypsies and by JS; senses 1 and 2 attested by BS in TDITA; nais gaugie ‘a grandfather’ attested as Scottish Gypsy in the late nineteenth century; also collected by EMcC/PS note:

Canadian Paul Pope (2013) cites the form naiskel with the same meanings.