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waff(wăf, wäf) Scots
intr. & tr.v. waffed, waff·ing, waffs
To wave or flutter or to cause to do so.
1. A waving or fluttering motion.
2. A gust of air; a waft.
[Middle English waffen, to wave, alteration of waven; see wave.]
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1. (Physical Geography) a gust or puff of air
2. a glance; glimpse
to flutter or cause to flutter
[C16: Scottish and northern English variant of wave]
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Past participle: waffed
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