[jig-uh l] /ˈdʒɪg əl/
verb (used with or without object), jiggled, jiggling.
to move up and down or to and fro with short, quick jerks.
a jiggling movement.
to move or cause to move up and down or to and fro with a short jerky motion: to jiggle the door handle
a short jerky motion
1836, from jig (q.v.) + -le, frequentative suffix. Related: Jiggled; jiggling. As a noun, from 1840.
: the ads for comedies in the jiggle genre/ a brand of show so dependent on buxom starts and wet T-shirts that it was called jiggle television
: She swims, jumps rope, and practices jiggling in front of the mirror (1970s+)
[jig-lee] /ˈdʒɪg li/ adjective, jigglier, jiggliest. 1. tending to or marked by a movement. 2. Informal. featuring women in clothing designed to be sexually suggestive by accentuating the breasts: jiggly TV shows. modifier : the ads for comedies in the jiggle genre/ a brand of show so dependent on buxom starts and wet T-shirts that […]
[jig-ee] /ˈdʒɪg i/ adjective, jiggier, jiggiest. Slang. 1. nervous; active; excitedly energetic. 2. wonderful and exciting, especially because stylish. /ˈdʒɪɡɪ/ adjective 1. (slang) get jiggy with, to have sexual relations with adjective interjection Excellent; sweet noun
[jig] /dʒɪg/ noun 1. a rapid, lively, springy, irregular dance for one or more persons, usually in triple meter. 2. a piece of music for or in the rhythm of such a dance. 3. Obsolete. prank; trick. verb (used with object), jigged, jigging. 4. to dance (a jig or any lively dance). 5. to sing […]
noun The sex act; copulation; fucking [first form 1932+, second 1918+; the earlier form is US military slang from WWI and represents a French-like pronunciation of British jig-a-jig, ”do the sex act,” found by 1893]