jig-jog

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intransitive verb

ˈjigˌjäg
variants or less commonly jig-jig
-ˌjig
or jig-a-jog
ˈjigəˌjäg
or jig-a-jig
ˈ⸗69 ˌ⸗
: to move with jigs or jogs : bounce jerkily up and down in proceeding : jolt repeatedly up and down

jig-jog

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noun

variants or less commonly jig-jig or jig-a-jog or jig-a-jig
"
: the movement of something that jig-jogs

jig-jog

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adverb

variants or less commonly jig-jig or jig-a-jog or jig-a-jig
"
: in the manner of one that jig-jogs
trotted jig-jog down the road

Word History

Etymology

Intransitive verb

jig entry 1 + jog

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“Jig-jog.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/jig-jog. Accessed 21 Apr. 2024.

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