Examples from the Web for whitlow
Paul, you land a couple of blows on Whitlow and then follow Alice.
By this time Whitlow had picked himself up and was brushing his garments.
"That's fortunate," said Whitlow, munching desultorily at his sandwich.Minor Detail|John Michael Sharkey
Mr. Whitlow rents a gin, but will own one of his own this year.
The absence of acute inflammatory symptoms in the first variety distinguishes it from paronychia, whitlow, and gout.
British Dictionary definitions for whitlow
Word Origin for whitlow
Word Origin and History for whitlow
"inflammation on a finger or toe," mid-15c., alteration of whitflaw (c.1400), from flaw, with first element possibly from Dutch vijt or Low German fit "abscess."