MEANING: verb intr.: To dance clumsily or walk unsteadily.
verb tr., intr.: To clot, clog, or tangle.

ETYMOLOGY: For 1. Probably from Old Norse. Earliest documented use: 1400.
For 2: Probably a frequentative of the verb ball. Earliest documented use: 1601.

LB-ALTER - Kg multiplied by two-and-a-little-bit-over

BAALTER - an idol-worshipper

BALITER - a 1,000-cc. drink to celebrate attaining one's college degree