Other Word Forms of Whiffle
Origin of Whiffle
1662, in sense “flutter as blown by wind", as whiff +"Ž -le (“(frequentive)") and (onomatopoeia) sound of wind, particularly a leaf fluttering in unsteady wind; compare whiff. Sense “something small or insignificant" is from 1680.
Perhaps frequentative of whiff
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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