Giggyng

Gig"gyng

(?), n. [See Gige.] The act of fastending the gige or leather strap to the shield. [Obs.] "Gigging of shields." Chaucer.

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Gig"lot

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Gig"let

(?), } n. [Cf. Icel. gikkr a pert, rude person, Dan. giek a fool, silly man, AS. gagol, ggl, lascivious, wanton, MHG. gogel wanton, giege fool, and E. gig a wanton person.] A wanton; a lascivious or light, giddy girl. [Obs.]
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The giglet is willful, and is running upon her fate.
Sir W. Scott.
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