Definition of Giggit
1. to convey [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: convey
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Literary usage of Giggit
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1. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"Skelton, Garland of Laurel. giggit (gig'it), v. [< gigi + -it, equiv. to -et, used as freq. suffix.] I. trans. To convey rapidly. [New Eng.] He nearly like ..."
2. American English by Gilbert Milligan Tucker (1921)
"giggit—Convey rapidly, 1862. GIMBAL (jaw)—Loose and projecting, B. GIN MILL—Barroom, B. GINGERSNAP—Thin, brittle cake, flavored with ginger. ..."
3. Dictionary of Americanisms: A Glossary of Words and Phrases Usually Regarded by John Russell Bartlett (1877)
"To giggit. To take, as in a gig; to convey; to move rapidly; to gig it or jig it. New England. He nearly like to have got her cat up by sharks, ..."
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