The term wing is from the late 12c., wenge, "forelimb fitted for flight of a bird or bat," also the part of some insects resembling a wing in form or function, from Old Norse vængr "wing of a bird, aisle, etc." (cognate with Danish and Swedish vinge "wing.")
Please do not "wing it" when entering a negotiation, devising a strategy, or attempting anything for the first time. "Winging it" is a theatrical expression which refers to impromptu performances given by actors who had hurriedly learned their lines while waiting in the wings and then received prompts. Preparation and organization will prevent a damaged wing.
Invisible wing, wrapped in feathers of bamboo, impossible heights