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Waggle /wæg/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[waggle] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation, worms, waggly, waggle, wagglin'

If you were to waggle an object, the object would be propelled to move from side to side, forward and backward, up and down, in and out or to destroy all existence, ect. rapidly and repeatedly. To waggle a finger at someone can sometimes be taken as an insult. Finger waggles are often followed by the words "Big" and "Nono" It is believed that when those two words are added, the finger waggle becomes stable enough to support life. When life is sprouted on a waggle, it can grow into either one of these two animals, G-raffs and George Bush. Many people prefer to waggle other body parts such as heads, faces, eyeballs and noses. Waggles are being made more and more all over the world by British people and old ladies with nothing better to do. The growing popularity of waggling has spread so quickly that it has actually become illegal in places such as Mexico New Dwittlesburg, DC.

Waggles were often practiced by nuns and school teachers in the 1800's and are now currently used as a form of waggly, unstable communication.

The difference is clear, clear eyes

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Arabic: يَهُز، يُحَرِّكُ ذَنَبَه
Chinese (Simplified): 摇摆
Chinese (Traditional): 搖擺
Czech: vrtět
Danish: logre
Dutch: schudden, kwispelen
Estonian: liputama
Finnish: heiluttaa
French: remuer
German: wedeln
Greek: κουνώ , * κουνιέμαι πέρα δώθε, σείω , * σείομαι
Hungarian: csóvál
Icelandic: dilla, vagga
Indonesian: mengibas-ngibaskan
Italian: muovere, dimenare
Japanese: 振る
Korean: (머리·꼬리 등을) 흔들다
Latvian: kratīt (pirkstu); luncināt (asti)
Lithuanian: vizginti
Norwegian: logre, riste på
Polish: merdać
Portuguese (Brazil): abanar
Portuguese (Portugal): abanar
Romanian: a se mişca încolo şi-ncoace
Russian: махать
Slovak: vrtieť, kývať
Slovenian: mahati
Spanish: menear
Swedish: vifta på (med)
Turkish: salla(n)mak