A snow skiing style in which the skier executes a series of short quick parallel turns by moving the backs of the skis from side to side at a constant speed.
A series of short parallel turns executed in rapid succession.
Origin of wedeln
- German from wedeln to wag the tail, fan from Middle High German wadelen, wedelen from wadel, wedel fan, tuft of hair from Old High German wadal, wedil wet-1 in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition