Noun - A poor, skinny, homeless child
typically in Dickensian London. Normally has unnecessary filth about his face
and/or clothing. The butt
of many cruel jokes involving his financial status.
Verb - the act of "waifing"
Adjective - A cruel insult, normally used for people
smaller or less fortunate than yourself.
Adverb - "in the manor of a waif"
Noun - Look at that stupid waif. Lets kick him and rub dirt in his waif-face.
Verb - Look man. Gimme my burlap sack
back before I waif you up.
Adjective - Look at that waif person. How very waif he is.
Adverb - He walked waifly down the street.