To move nimbly.
Webster's New World
Other Word Forms of Whid
Origin of Whid
From Middle English *whid, from Old English hwiþa, hwiþu (“air, breeze") or from Old Norse hviða (“gust of wind"), both from Proto-Germanic *hwiþō (“rush of wind"), from Proto-Germanic *hwi- (“to rush"), from Proto-Indo-European *kwei- (“to hiss, whistle, whisper"). Cognate with Scots quhid (“a squall, blast of wind").
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