[jig-er-mast, -mahst; Nautical jig-er-muh st] /ˈdʒɪg ərˌmæst, -ˌmɑst; Nautical ˈdʒɪg ər məst/
a small set well aft in a boat or ship; mizzenmast.
the fourth mast from forward in a ship having five or more masts.
(nautical) any small mast on a sailing vessel, esp the mizzenmast of a yawl Sometimes shortened to jigger
[jig-erz] /ˈdʒɪg ərz/ interjection, Slang. 1. watch out: Jiggers! the cops are coming! [jig-er] /ˈdʒɪg ər/ noun 1. a person or thing that jigs. 2. Nautical. 3. any of various mechanical devices, many of which have a jerky or jolting motion. 4. Informal. some contrivance, article, or part that one cannot or does not name […]
[jig] /dʒɪg/ noun 1. Machinery. a plate, box, or open frame for holding work and for guiding a machine tool to the work, used especially for locating and spacing drilled holes; fixture. 2. Angling. any of several devices or lures, especially a hook or gang of hooks weighted with metal and dressed with hair, feathers, […]
[jig-uh-ree-poh-kuh-ree] /ˈdʒɪg ə riˈpoʊ kə ri/ noun, Chiefly British. 1. trickery, hocus-pocus; fraud; humbug. 2. sly, underhanded action. 3. manipulation: After a little jiggery-pokery, the engine started. /ˈdʒɪɡərɪˈpəʊkərɪ/ noun 1. (informal, mainly Brit) dishonest or deceitful behaviour or business; trickery noun Deception; trickery; skullduggery: or what some term jiggery-pokery/ could have prevented most of the […]
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