To wave or flutter or to cause to do so.(verb-transitive)
A waving or fluttering motion.(noun)
A gust of air; a waft.(noun)
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Use "waff" in a sentence
"When he visited the 2008 Olympics in Beijing he gave a memorable speech explaining how the British invented ping pong, or "wiff waff" as he informed his audience it was once called."
"Boris on the Olympics, ping-pong versus whiff-waff and the differing attitudes to dining tables in England and France."
"I had to admit that I was overawed by the woman, a jellyfish and a wimp in her presence, allowing her to dismiss my waff lings with a wave of her hand."