|Origin:||querele 'complaint', from Latin querela, from queri 'to complain'|
quar‧rel1 [countable] especially British English
an angry argument or disagreement:
I think they've had a quarrel.
Jacob left after a quarrel with his wife.
They had a quarrel about some girl.
Had there been any quarrel between you?
Are you trying to pick a quarrel (=deliberately start one)?
a reason to disagree with something or argue with someone
My only quarrel with this plan is that it's going to take far too long.
I have no quarrel with the court's verdict.