From Merriam-Webster

Main Entry:
-trun·dle
Function:
   verb 
Inflected Form(s):
   trun·dled; trun·dling Listen to the pronunciation of trundling.
Etymology:
   2trundle 
Date:
   circa 1598

transitive verb
1 to propel by causing to rotate:
2. roll "a…child who was trundling a hoop"e — Charles Dickens: barchaic
to cause to revolve or spin
3. to transport in or as if in a wheeled vehicle : haul wheel
"trundled him off to school"

intransitive verb
1. to progress by revolving
2. to move on or as if on wheels : roll
"buses trundling through the city"
— trun·dler noun