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Middle English falteren "to stagger", probably from a Scandinavian source[1](compare Old Norse faltrast, be encumbered) or from a Middle English frequentative of falden, folden "to fold". More at fold.

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Singular
Falter

Plural
uncountable

Falter (uncountable)
  1. unsteadiness.

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Infinitive
to Falter

Third person singular
Falters

Simple past
Faltered

Past participle
Faltered

Present participle
Faltering

to Falter (third-person singular simple present Falters, present participle Faltering, simple past and past participle Faltered)
  1. To waver or be unsteady.
  2. To stammer.
  3. To stumble.

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  1. Etymology of falter in Onlyne Etymology Dictionary
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