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- adj. Of or pertaining to a jig.
- adj. Being crazy.
- adj. Being jittery, fidgety, restless, excited.
- adj. Being extravagant, wonderful, excellent, enjoyable, exciting, stylish, cool, successful.
- adj. Having fun, enjoying oneself totally; losing one's inhibitions, especially when dancing or performing to music.
My friends and I never use the word jiggy except when we’re listening to Will Smith.
If it means gettin 'jiggy with Leo ... well then hello xbox. devikad (10/11/2008 2: 06: 24 PM)
If they'd been gangsta rap musicians, they probably would have spoken differently, but I wasn't gettin 'jiggy wit dat, yo.
** it's too small to call a dance FLOOR -- and it seems to be made of granite or slate, which is spectacular when some drunken sot spills a drink and the sorority girls are gettin 'jiggy wid it. i'm forced to suggest that a surface with a little more traction (and less head-splitting potential) might be in order.
A few years ago at a similar event David Gregory of NBC's "Meet the Press" was on stage getting "jiggy" with Karl Rove in an impromptu dance session where Rove called himself "MC Rove"; it was a sight worthy of poking your own eyes out with an ice pick.
With whom is David Gregory going to get "jiggy" tonight?
A couple of years ago at this event David Gregory of NBC's "Meet the Press" was on stage getting "jiggy" with Karl Rove in an impromptu dance session where Rove called himself "MC Rove"; it was a sight worthy of poking your own eyes out with an ice pick.
By the time the editors add another set of phrases to the OED three months from now, Sheidlower's team may have finished definitions for "jiggy," "pregnant chad" and the "wife-beater."
Although we did have some problems as to the term "jiggy", we did manage to reference an arcain use of the term from a distant galaxy.
But as the "jiggy" sound took over in the late '90s, destroying any chance of underground-to-mainstream growth, Duck Down seemed unable to adjust creatively.
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