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tootle

[toot-l] /ˈtut l/
verb (used without object), tootled, tootling.
1.
to toot gently or repeatedly on a flute or the like.
2.
to move or proceed in a leisurely way.
noun
3.
the sound made by tooting on a flute or the like.
Origin
1810-1820
1810-20; toot1 + -le
Related forms
tootler, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for tootle

tootle1

/ˈtuːtəl/
verb
1.
to toot or hoot softly or repeatedly: the flute tootled quietly
noun
2.
a soft hoot or series of hoots
Derived Forms
tootler, noun
Word Origin
C19: from toot1

tootle2

/ˈtuːtəl/
verb
1.
(intransitive) to go, esp by car
noun
2.
a drive, esp a short pleasure trip
Word Origin
C19: from tootle1, imitative of the horn of a car
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Word Origin and History for tootle
v.

1820, frequentative of toot.

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