The Meaning of

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Waif

n.
Hence, anything found, or without an owner; that which comes along, as it were, by chance.

Waif

n.
A wanderer; a castaway; a stray; a homeless child.

Waift

n.
A waif.

Wail

v. t.
To choose; to select.

Wailed

imp. & p. p.
of Wail

Wailing

p. pr. & vb. n.
of Wail

Wail

v. t.
To lament; to bewail; to grieve over; as, to wail one's death.

Wail

v. i.
To express sorrow audibly; to make mournful outcry; to weep.

Wail

n.
Loud weeping; violent lamentation; wailing.

Wailer

n.
One who wails or laments.

Waileress

n.
A woman who wails.

Wailful

a.
Sorrowful; mournful.

Wailingly

adv.
In a wailing manner.

Wailment

n.
Lamentation; loud weeping; wailing.

Waiment

v. & n.
See Wayment.

Wain

n.
A four-wheeled vehicle for the transportation of goods, produce, etc.; a wagon.

Wain

n.
A chariot.

Wainable

a.
Capable of being plowed or cultivated; arable; tillable.

Wainage

n.
A finding of carriages, carts, etc., for the transportation of goods, produce, etc.

Wainage

n.
See Gainage, a.
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