Definitions for waddleˈwɒd l
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walking with short steps and the weight tilting from one foot to the other
"ducks walk with a waddle"
toddle, coggle, totter, dodder, paddle, waddle(verb)
"small children toddle"
A swaying gait.
To walk with short steps, tilting the body from side to side.
Origin: First known use in English in a version of the Song of Roland around the year 1400. (Source:OED online)
to walk with short steps, swaying the body from one side to the other, like a duck or very fat person; to move clumsily and totteringly along; to toddle; to stumble; as, a child waddles when he begins to walk; a goose waddles
to trample or tread down, as high grass, by walking through it
Origin: [Freq. of wade; cf. AS. wdlian to beg, from wadan to go. See Wade.]
Waddle is a populated place in Patton Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania, about 3 miles northwest of State College, and located on Buffalo Run Road.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
wod′l, v.i. to take short steps and move from side to side in walking.—n. a clumsy, rocking gait.—n. Wadd′ler.—adv. Wadd′lingly, with a waddling gait. [Perh. wade.]
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The numerical value of waddle in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of waddle in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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