(?), a. Giddi; light; inconstant; wanton. [Obs.] "O giglot fortune!" Shak.




(), n. [F., fr. OF. gigue fiddle; -- on account of the resemblance in shape. See Jig, n.]
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1. A leg of mutton.
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2. A small piece of flesh; a slice. [Obs.]
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The rest in giggots cut, they spit.
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