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Meanings of Jigaboos:

noun

A black person.

Meanings of Jigged:

verb

Dance a jig.

Usage examples:

He stood up and jigged in the cockpit
noun

A lively dance with leaping movements.

Usage examples:

They twitched, swayed and finally did a lively little jig - but there was no bird in sight.

Jigger

ˈdʒɪɡ.ər

Meanings of Jigger:

noun

A machine or vehicle with a part that rocks or moves to and fro, e.g. a jigsaw.

Usage examples:

They invented a jigger that pulls nets under the ice
verb

Rearrange or tamper with.

Usage examples:

Conventional price indexes often jigger the market basket's content

Jiggers

ˈdʒɪɡ.ər

Meanings of Jiggers:

noun

A tropical flea, the female of which burrows and lays eggs beneath the host's skin, causing painful sores.

verb

Rearrange or tamper with.

Usage examples:

Conventional price indexes often jigger the market basket's content

Meanings of Jigging:

verb

Dance a jig.

Usage examples:

He stood up and jigged in the cockpit
noun

A lively dance with leaping movements.

Usage examples:

They twitched, swayed and finally did a lively little jig - but there was no bird in sight.

Jiggle

ˈdʒɪɡ.əl

Meanings of Jiggle:

verb

Move about quickly from side to side or up and down.

Usage examples:

The car jiggled on its springs
noun

A quick light shake.

Usage examples:

Give that rack a jiggle

Meanings of Jiggled:

verb

Move about quickly from side to side or up and down.

Usage examples:

The car jiggled on its springs
noun

A quick light shake.

Usage examples:

Give that rack a jiggle

Jiggles

ˈdʒɪɡ.əl

Meanings of Jiggles:

verb

Move about quickly from side to side or up and down.

Usage examples:

The car jiggled on its springs
noun

A quick light shake.

Usage examples:

Give that rack a jiggle

Meanings of Jigglier:

adjective

Moving from side to side or up and down with quick short movements, or able to do this

Usage examples:

People are always complaining about that jiggly stuff around their middle known as belly fat., the …

Jiggliest

ˈdʒɪɡ.əl.i

Meanings of Jiggliest:

adjective

Moving from side to side or up and down with quick short movements, or able to do this

Usage examples:

People are always complaining about that jiggly stuff around their middle known as belly fat., the …

Meanings of Jiggling:

verb

Move about quickly from side to side or up and down.

Usage examples:

The car jiggled on its springs
noun

A quick light shake.

Usage examples:

Give that rack a jiggle

Meanings of Jiggly:

adjective

Moving from side to side or up and down with quick short movements, or able to do this

Usage examples:

People are always complaining about that jiggly stuff around their middle known as belly fat., the …

Jiggy

ˈdʒɪɡi

Meanings of Jiggy:

adjective

Uninhibited, especially in a sexual manner.

Usage examples:

The script required her to get jiggy with leonardo

Jigsaw

ˈdʒɪɡ.sɔː

Meanings of Jigsaw:

noun

A puzzle consisting of a picture printed on cardboard or wood and cut into various pieces of different shapes that have to be fitted together.

Usage examples:

Time is passed by doing jigsaws

Jigsaws

ˈdʒɪɡ.sɔː

Meanings of Jigsaws:

noun

A puzzle consisting of a picture printed on cardboard or wood and cut into various pieces of different shapes that have to be fitted together.

Usage examples:

Time is passed by doing jigsaws

Meanings of Jihad:

noun

A struggle or fight against the enemies of islam.

Usage examples:

He declared a jihad against the infidels

Jihads

dʒəˈhæd

Meanings of Jihads:

noun

A struggle or fight against the enemies of islam.

Usage examples:

He declared a jihad against the infidels

Jill

dʒɪl

Meanings of Jill:

noun

A female ferret.

Meanings of Jillaroo:

noun

A female novice on a cattle station or sheep station.

Usage examples:

Rachael treasure - kelpie trainer, cattle farmer, jillaroo - couldn't live anywhere but in the coun…

Meanings of Jillet:

noun

A woman who is sexually promiscuous or who is flirtatious or coquettish. also later more generally (sometimes depreciative): a woman or girl, especially one of low social status; a lass. compare "jill".

Jillion

ˈdʒɪl.jən

Meanings of Jillion:

cardinal number

An extremely large number.

Usage examples:

They ran jillions of ads
noun

An extremely large, but not an exact, number

Usage examples:

We could probably spend a jillion dollars and not solve the problem., jillions of years ago volcani…

Jillions

ˈdʒɪl.jən

Meanings of Jillions:

cardinal number

An extremely large number.

Usage examples:

They ran jillions of ads
noun

An extremely large, but not an exact, number

Usage examples:

We could probably spend a jillion dollars and not solve the problem., jillions of years ago volcani…

Meanings of Jills:

noun

A female ferret.

Jilt

dʒɪlt

Meanings of Jilt:

verb

Suddenly reject or abandon (a lover).

Usage examples:

He was jilted at the altar by his bride-to-be
noun

A person, especially a woman, who capriciously rejects a lover.

Usage examples:

They'll teach you the guilt of coquetting and ogling, and playing the jilt

Jilted

dʒɪlt

Meanings of Jilted:

verb

Suddenly reject or abandon (a lover).

Usage examples:

He was jilted at the altar by his bride-to-be
noun

A person, especially a woman, who capriciously rejects a lover.

Usage examples:

They'll teach you the guilt of coquetting and ogling, and playing the jilt

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