Definitions for "Wobble"
Continuous, sinusoidal radial deviation of the prerecorded groove from track centerline. Usually includes CLV and other information, such as location, contained in phase or other forms of modulation.
The tracks in the CD-R and CD-RW media wobble slightly in the direction of their radius. This is called wobbling. The drive uses this wobble signal to read positional data within the blank disc.
a continuous sinusoidal deviation of the track from the average centerline
An unsteady movement off a normal axis.
an unsteady rocking motion
move sideways or in an unsteady way; "The ship careened out of control"
excessive vibrato.
A slow and undesirable vibrato in the voice, usually caused by poorly conditioned vocal system muscles or fatigue (perhaps due to age or infirmity), or a lack of animation. -X,Y,Z
In reference to reading the genetic code, the concept that nonstandard base pairing is allowed between the anticodon and the third position of the condon.
An EMBOSS application. Wobble plots the third position variability as an indicator of a potential coding region.
The terminology used by Copernicus to describe the apparent movement of the Earth in the phenomenon known as "Precession of the Equinox". He said precession of the equinox was caused by "wobble or libration". He deemed this the "third motion" of the Earth.
tremble or shake; "His voice wobbled with restrained emotion"
an oscillation, or side to side shake, in the front end of a motorcycle
Keywords:  wabble, see
See Wabble.
Keywords:  unsteadily, cart, street, knees, old
move unsteadily; "His knees wobbled"; "The old cart wobbled down the street"