from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dull fellow; a chump.
- n. A fool; someone very credulous or easily fooled.
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He felt an awful fool, a — what was it? — a juggins, ah! — a Juggernaut.
'Don't be a juggins, Jenny,' he remarked, in a dispassionate way that made her feel helpless.
'Look here, boss,' I said to old man Moss -- the proprietor, you know -- 'You're a bit of a juggins to go on working with so much money under here,' -- and I pointed to the floor.
The origin of this word is uncertain. It may be an extended use of Juggins, originally a plebian surname.