Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who works a gigging-machine.
  • n. A fisherman who uses the gig as a means of capturing fish; a gigman.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I am the only one can dub the gigger—open the door—an that don’t ’appen hoften.

    Morgan’s Run

  • I've got the 8 gigger and it is already nearly filled, although I won't be putting any of my old Aerosmith or Guns n' Roses on it since I could hear either of them at any given point if I tune into either XM or FM stations.

    SFFWorld Status & The 100 book meme

  • But in the whole market, aren´t there more small 1 gigger players anyway?

    Some mobiles great for mp3s !

  • “Adieu, adieu!” he cried as the gigger dubber on duty dubbed the gigger for his benefit.

    Morgan’s Run

  • But when he binges out he dus budg to the gigger, [26]

    Musa Pedestris - Three Centuries of Canting Songs and Slang Rhymes [1536 - 1896]

  • You need a hard drive, and now Microsoft's got a $130 250 gigger just for your wreck of a self.

    Engadget

  • Appeals court says OK to federal prosecution of convicted murderer Dale Mardis gigger writes: quit cracking down on those meth labs ... reflection:

    Memphis Commercial Appeal Stories

  • Granted, one flounder gigger with a rash may not sound like a big-time legal problem for a company that had $246 billion in revenue last year.

    CNN.com

  • Good for our community. gigger writes: this will be a great location. thanks for doing something that will be appreciated and used by the public. passive_observer:

    Memphis Commercial Appeal Stories

  • My parents would have kicked my butt first, possibly later asking if I actually did it. gigger writes: so is it a fight at a school when it happens, say, across the street as school lets out? it appears MCS says "No."

    Memphis Commercial Appeal Stories

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