Definitions for waddleˈwɒd l
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word waddle
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.
Instant group albums. Connect. Create. Together.Waddle is the best way for groups to connect and privately create memories together through social albums. Start a Waddle album on the fly, add the friends you want included, and everyone can instantly share photos and messages with the group. Waddle albums are private - so you can be yourself and create memories with those that matter most.
Translations for waddle
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
Get even more translations for waddle »
Find a translation for the waddle definition in other languages:
Select another language: