waven

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From Old English wafian, from Proto-Germanic *wabōną.

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waven

  1. To shake, swing or totter; to move to and fro.
  2. To go away or astray; to travel.
  3. (figuratively) To be indecisive or unsure; to waver.
  4. (rare) To wave; to cause to move to and fro.

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