from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To root up (potatoes) with the hand.
- n. A many-pronged hook, with a handle like that of a hoe, used in digging potatoes, and in mixing various materials, as clay, mortar, compost, etc.
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"Things will go higgle-ty-piggle-ty, sure as the world," said Kat, balancing on the edge of the table, and fanning with the duster.
It amused us all those years ago at Numantia to perpetuate the mud bath Metellus took among his porky friends by tagging him with a porky nickname that also happens to be nursery slang for a little girl’s genitalia, but it is my considered opinion now that the man is no piggle-wiggle — he’s a full-grown cunnus.
"For saying that, you can take a very close look at my little piggle-wiggle and tell me if it’s anything like a hard old spear!"
I worked with Quintus Caecilius, and Piggle-wiggle is an apt name for that gentleman, because he’s as turgidly calculating as any woman’s piggle-wiggle!