Definition of off-falling in US English:

off-falling

noun

US, Scottish
  • (A) A falling off in health, excellence, goodness, etc. (b) concrete. That which falls off; specifically (usually in plural) crumbs or scraps which fall from the table.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Thomas Dekker (c1572–1632), playwright and pamphleteer. From off- + falling.

Pronunciation

off-falling

/ˈɒ(f)fɔːlɪŋ/