WAFT, v.t.1. To bear through a fluid or bouyant medium; to convey through water or air; as, a balloon was wafted over the channel.Speed the soft intercourse from soul to soul, and waft a sigh from Indus to the pole.2. To convey; as ships.3. To bouy; to cause to float; to keep from sinking.4. To beckon; to give notice by something in motion. [Not in use.]
[This verb is regular. But waft was formerly used by some writers for wafted.]
WAFT, v.i. To float; to be moved or to pass in a bouyant medium.And now the shouts waft near the citadel.
WAFT, n. A floating body; also, a signal displayed from a ships stern, by hoisting an ensign furled in a roll, to the head of the staff.