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April 14, 2009

WHINGE: \ˈhwinj, ˈwinj\ Function: intransitive verb Inflected Form(s): whinged; whing·ing or whinge·ing Etymology: Middle English *whingen, from Old English hwinsian; akin to Old High German winsōn to moan Date: 12th century [Merriam Webster on line dictionary]

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