MEANING: verb intr.:
1. To neigh.
2. To laugh in a half-suppressed manner.

ETYMOLOGY: Of imitative origin. Earliest documented use: 1656.

WHISKER - someone who moves things quickly from one place to another

WHICHER - a stickler for grammar, who [wrongly] searches and removes all "that"s from his writing and replaces them with "which"es

WICKER - the person who puts the cotton string in the middle of candles