Definitions for wafter
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word wafter
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
to carry lightly and smoothly through the air or over water:
A breeze wafted the music across the lake.
to send or convey lightly:
wafting kisses across the footlights.
(v.i.)to float or be carried, esp. through the air.
(n.)a sound, odor, etc., faintly perceived.
a wafting motion, as a light current or gust:
a waft of air.
the act of wafting.
Origin of waft:
1535–45; back formation from late ME waughter armed escort vessel < D or LG wachter watchman
One who, or that which, wafts.
Thou wafter of the soul to bliss or bane uE000396301uE001 Beaumont and Flanders.
Origin: Alteration of waughter, from or wachter (a guard), from wachten (to guard)
one who, or that which, wafts
a boat for passage
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