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Date: 1600-1700
Origin: Probably from quib 'quibble' (16-17 centuries), probably from Latin quibus 'for whom, to whom', from qui 'who, which'

quibble

2 noun
     
quibble2 [countable]
a small complaint or criticism about something unimportant:
I've just got a few minor quibbles.

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