Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

from 1976 supplement

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FEEFLE, v.2 To swirl, as of snow round a corner (Ork. 1958 Ork. Herald (25 Feb.) 3; Sh. 1975). [Prob. chiefly imit. Cf. Feef, n., Whiff, phs. formally influenced by Feefle, v.1]

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