v., qinn'd, qinn·ing, qinns.
1. To track prey or quarry, like a leech or a lost puppy.
1. To pursue by tracking stealthily.
2. To follow or observe (a person) persistently, especially out of obsession or derangement.
3. To go through (an area) in pursuit of prey or quarry.
1. To walk closely to the subject of interest in an annoying manner.
2. To look for and 'hunt down' in order to be close with the subject in question.
1. qinn'er's subject of interest
2. a person who's being qinn
1. The boundary in which a qinn'er is not allowed to invade eg. personal space
1. a warning for the qinn'er if s/he gets within 2 metres of the qinnoundary, usually said in a stern firm voice or carrying anger and resentment if said more than once
1. not being qinn, normally said or announced in a positive happy tone
1. Someone who's being followed or stalked
2. Normally resulting in the qinn'ee being really grumpy, angry and annoyed.
1. A new species of qinnosaur found in the university of warwick by the intelligent qinn'ee, Ms. V.J.chooi
2. Quote : .|.<(+_+)>.|/.Valerie.\|.<(+_+)>.|. says:
. 'short for oh shit qinn is coming, s/he saw us!'