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waggle (v.)

late 15c. (implied in waggling), frequentative of wag (v.). Compare Dutch waggelen "to waggle," Old High German wagon "to move, shake," German wackeln "to totter." Transitive sense from 1590s. Related: Waggled.

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Definitions of waggle
1
waggle (v.)
move from side to side;
Synonyms: wag
waggle (v.)
move unsteadily or with a weaving or rolling motion;
Synonyms: wamble
2
waggle (n.)
causing to move repeatedly from side to side;
Synonyms: wag / shake
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