The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Shuffle \Shuf"fle\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Shuffled; p. pr. & vb.
n. Shuffling.] [Originally the same word as scuffle, and
properly a freq. of shove. See Shove, and Scuffle.]
1. To shove one way and the other; to push from one to
another; as, to shuffle money from hand to hand.
2. To mix by pushing or shoving; to confuse; to throw into
disorder; especially, to change the relative positions of,
as of the cards in a pack.
A man may shuffle cards or rattle dice from noon to
midnight without tracing a new idea in his mind.
3. To remove or introduce by artificial confusion.
It was contrived by your enemies, and shuffled into
the papers that were seizen. --Dryden.
To shuffe off, to push off; to rid one's self of.
To shuffe up, to throw together in hastel to make up or
form in confusion or with fraudulent disorder; as, he
shuffled up a peace.