1. [late 17C+] a foot, usu. in pl.
2. [late 18C+] (also trotler) a fast horse or racehorse; usu. in pl. meaning horseracing in general.
3. (Aus.) a prostitute.
4. [late 19C] a boiled sheep’s foot sold as a street food.
5. [1920s] a dancing person.
6. [1960s+] (UK Und.) a deserter from the armed forces.
[early–mid-19C] a shoe.
[1900s] (Aus.) to travel with a pack.
[early–mid-19C] to move, to dance; thus trotter-shaking n., dancing.
[early 19C] go away!