(third-person singular simple present waws, present participle wawing, simple past and past participle wawed)
From Middle English wawen, waÈien, from Old English wagian (“to move, shake, swing, totter"), from Proto-Germanic *wagÅnÄ… (“to move"), from Proto-Indo-European *weÇµhe- (“to drag, carry"). Cognate with German wagen (“to venture, dare, risk"), Swedish vÃ¥ga (“to dare").
- (obsolete) A wave (of water).
From Middle English wawe, waÈe, from Old English wÇ£g (“motion, water, wave, billow, flood, sea"), from Proto-Germanic *wÄ“gaz (“wave, storm"), from Proto-Indo-European *weÇµhe- (“to drag, carry"). Cognate with North Frisian weage (“water, wave"), German Wag, Woge (“wave"), French vague (“wave"), Swedish vÃ¥g (“wave").
- The twenty-seventh letter of the Arabic alphabet: Ùˆ.
- Alternative spelling of vav.
From Arabic ÙˆØ§Ùˆ (wÄw).
- Letter of the Arabic alphabet: Ùˆ
waw - Computer Definition
(Waiter-Actor-Webmaster) A person with little or no experience who has managed to get a high-paid job designing a website. Many WAWs emerged during the dot-com explosion of the late 1990s due to the tremendous demand for website development.