verb (used without object), whinged, whing·ing. British and Australian Informal.
Origin of whinge
Examples from the Web for whinging
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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.