MINCING (טָפַף, H3262, to go like a little child). To be affectedly elegant or dainty in speech or behavior, as in walking with short steps or affected daintiness. The word is used in Isaiah 3:16, where the haughty daughters of Zion are described as “mincing along as they go, tinkling with their feet.”

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

"Taking short steps," "walking trippingly." Only in Isa 3:16, "walking and mincing as they go, and making a tinkling (a jingling of the metal anklets) with their feet." Compare OHL.