wamble

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

1wam·ble

verb \ˈwäm-bəl\
wam·bledwam·bling \-b(ə-)liŋ\

Definition of WAMBLE

intransitive verb
1
a :  to feel nausea
b of a stomach :  rumble 1
2
:  to move unsteadily or with a weaving or rolling motion

Origin of WAMBLE

Middle English wamlen; akin to Dan vamle to become nauseated, Latin vomere to vomit — more at vomit
First Known Use: 14th century

2wamble

noun

Definition of WAMBLE

1
:  a wambling especially of the stomach
2
:  a reeling or staggering gait or movement

First Known Use of WAMBLE

1552

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