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jigger         

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      n  
1    a person or thing that jigs  
2      (Golf)   an iron, now obsolete, with a thin blade, used for hitting long shots from a bare lie  
3    any of a number of mechanical devices having a vibratory or jerking motion  
4    a light lifting tackle used on ships  
5    a small glass, esp. for whisky, with a capacity of about one and a half ounces  
6      (N.Z.)   a light hand- or power-propelled vehicle used on railway lines  
7      (Engineering)   a type of hydraulic lift in which a hydraulic ram operates the lift through a block and tackle which increases the length of the stroke  
8      (Canadian)   a device used when setting a gill net beneath ice  
9      (Mining)      another word for       jig       5  
10      (Nautical)      short for       jiggermast  
11      (Billiards)      another word for       bridge   1       10  
12      (U.S. and Canadian)  
informal   a device or thing the name of which is unknown or temporarily forgotten  
13      (Liverpool)  
dialect   an alleyway  
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Collins
jigger          [2]   , jigger flea  
      n      other names for the       chigoe       1  

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chigoe  
      n  
1      (Also called)    chigger, jigger, sand flea          a tropical flea, Tunga penetrans, the female of which lives on or burrows into the skin of its host, which includes man  
2       another name for       chigger       1  
     (C17: from Carib chigo)  


jigger          [1]  
      n  
1    a person or thing that jigs  
2      (Golf)   an iron, now obsolete, with a thin blade, used for hitting long shots from a bare lie  
3    any of a number of mechanical devices having a vibratory or jerking motion  
4    a light lifting tackle used on ships  
5    a small glass, esp. for whisky, with a capacity of about one and a half ounces  
6      (N.Z.)   a light hand- or power-propelled vehicle used on railway lines  
7      (Engineering)   a type of hydraulic lift in which a hydraulic ram operates the lift through a block and tackle which increases the length of the stroke  
8      (Canadian)   a device used when setting a gill net beneath ice  
9      (Mining)      another word for       jig       5  
10      (Nautical)      short for       jiggermast  
11      (Billiards)      another word for       bridge   1       10  
12      (U.S. and Canadian)  
informal   a device or thing the name of which is unknown or temporarily forgotten  
13      (Liverpool)  
dialect   an alleyway  
jigger          [2]   , jigger flea  
      n      other names for the       chigoe       1  

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jig  
      n  
1    any of several old rustic kicking and leaping dances  
2    a piece of music composed for or in the rhythm of this dance, usually in six-eight time  
3    a mechanical device designed to hold and locate a component during machining and to guide the cutting tool  
4      (Angling)   any of various spinning lures that wobble when drawn through the water  
5      (Also called)    jigger            (Mining)   a device for separating ore or coal from waste material by agitation in water  
6    Obsolete   a joke or prank  
      vb   , jigs, jigging, jigged  
7    to dance (a jig)  
8    to jerk or cause to jerk up and down rapidly  
9    often foll by: up   to fit or be fitted in a jig  
10    tr   to drill or cut (a workpiece) in a jig  
11      (Mining)   to separate ore or coal from waste material using a jig  
12    intr   to produce or manufacture a jig  
13      (Austral)  
slang   to play truant from school  
     (C16 (originally: a dance or the music for it; applied to various modern devices because of the verbal sense: to jerk up and down rapidly): of unknown origin)  


jigger          [1]  
      n  
1    a person or thing that jigs  
2      (Golf)   an iron, now obsolete, with a thin blade, used for hitting long shots from a bare lie  
3    any of a number of mechanical devices having a vibratory or jerking motion  
4    a light lifting tackle used on ships  
5    a small glass, esp. for whisky, with a capacity of about one and a half ounces  
6      (N.Z.)   a light hand- or power-propelled vehicle used on railway lines  
7      (Engineering)   a type of hydraulic lift in which a hydraulic ram operates the lift through a block and tackle which increases the length of the stroke  
8      (Canadian)   a device used when setting a gill net beneath ice  
9      (Mining)      another word for       jig       5  
10      (Nautical)      short for       jiggermast  
11      (Billiards)      another word for       bridge   1       10  
12      (U.S. and Canadian)  
informal   a device or thing the name of which is unknown or temporarily forgotten  
13      (Liverpool)  
dialect   an alleyway  
jigger          [2]   , jigger flea  
      n      other names for the       chigoe       1  

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jiggermast  
      n     (Nautical)   any small mast on a sailing vessel, esp. the mizzenmast of a yawl,   (Sometimes shortened to)    jigger         


jigger          [1]  
      n  
1    a person or thing that jigs  
2      (Golf)   an iron, now obsolete, with a thin blade, used for hitting long shots from a bare lie  
3    any of a number of mechanical devices having a vibratory or jerking motion  
4    a light lifting tackle used on ships  
5    a small glass, esp. for whisky, with a capacity of about one and a half ounces  
6      (N.Z.)   a light hand- or power-propelled vehicle used on railway lines  
7      (Engineering)   a type of hydraulic lift in which a hydraulic ram operates the lift through a block and tackle which increases the length of the stroke  
8      (Canadian)   a device used when setting a gill net beneath ice  
9      (Mining)      another word for       jig       5  
10      (Nautical)      short for       jiggermast  
11      (Billiards)      another word for       bridge   1       10  
12      (U.S. and Canadian)  
informal   a device or thing the name of which is unknown or temporarily forgotten  
13      (Liverpool)  
dialect   an alleyway  
jigger          [2]   , jigger flea  
      n      other names for the       chigoe       1  

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jigger flea, jiggered, jiggle, jiggermast

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