verb (used without object), whinged, whing·ing. British and Australian Informal.
Origin of whinge
verb whinges, whingeing or whinged (intr)
Word Origin for whinge
"to complain peevishly," British, informal or dialectal, ultimately from the northern form of Old English hwinsian, from Proto-Germanic *khwinisojan (cf. Old High German winison, German winseln), from root of Old English hwinan "to whine" (see whine (v.)). Related: Whinged; whinging.