whinge

[hwinj, winj]
verb (used without object), whinged, whinging. British and Australian Informal.
to complain; whine.

Origin:
before 1150; dial. (Scots, N England), earlier Scots quhynge, Old English hwinsian (not recorded in ME); cognate with Old High German winsōn (German winseln); derivative of Germanic base of whine

whinger, noun
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whinge (wɪndʒ)
 
vb , whinges, whingeing, whinged
1.  to cry in a fretful way
2.  to complain
 
n
3.  a complaint
 
[from a Northern variant of Old English hwinsian to whine; related to Old High German winsan, winisan, whence Middle High German winsen]
 
'whingeing
 
n, —adj
 
'whinger
 
n

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And your whinging won't stop the spread of a service that many people find useful.
His whinging for five minutes about his sibling relations turns me into a crank.
Plus, also, the other points that invalidate your whinging.
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