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  • n. (dialect) twenty in Cumbrian sheep counting
  • n. Obsolete form of gigot.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See gigot.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See gigot, 2.


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From Celtic numerals.


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  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary:

    Gigot \Gig"ot\, Giggot \Gig"got\, n. (F., fr. OF. gigue fiddle; -- on account of the resemblance in shape. See Jig, n.)

    1. A leg of mutton.

    2. A small piece of flesh; a slice. (Obs.)

    "The rest in giggots cut, they spit." - Chapman.

    March 23, 2008

  • Just what is a giggot? I assume it's not the same thing as a gigot.

    March 23, 2008

  • Ah. Thanks for explaining.

    March 23, 2008

  • He says "giggity giggity" a lot. Which doesn't mean anything, but when I found giggot that's the first thing I thought of.

    March 22, 2008

  • What's the joke?

    March 22, 2008

  • The adjective form of this is frequently said by Glen Quagmire on "Family Guy."

    (joke alert)

    March 22, 2008