Is it farther or further?
c.1400, "a winking of the eye," also "a twinkle" (1830), from twinkle. Meaning "young sexually attractive person" is recorded from 1963, probably from Twinkies (see Twinkie); but cf. 1920s-30s British homosexual slang twank in a similar sense.
The tilde, a diacritical mark used especially in Spanish
To change something in a small way; tweak (1980s+ Computer)
To apply for something; become a candidate: I think I may try out for the choir this year (1900s+)