noun gi·got \ˈji-gət, zhē-ˈgō\
plural gi·gots \-gəts, -ˈgō(z)\

Definition of GIGOT

:  a leg of meat (as lamb) especially when cooked
:  a leg-of-mutton sleeve

Origin of GIGOT

Middle French, diminutive of gigue fiddle; from its shape — more at jig
First Known Use: 1526

Rhymes with GIGOT


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