Definition of giglet
1 archaic : a lascivious woman : wanton set upon the giglet and beat her … soundly — S. H. Adams
2 : a giddy frivolous frolicsome girl that overgrown giglet — Osbert Sitwell
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Origin and Etymology of giglet
Middle English gigelot, giggelot, probably from gigg, gigge silly girl
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