Definition of


  1. (noun, act) a slight irregular shaking motion
  2. (verb, motion) move to and fro

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Synonyms of Jiggle

joggle, wiggle

Alternate forms of Jiggle

Derivations: jiggle

Hyponyms: wag, waggle

Hypernyms: agitate, shake, shaking

Origin of the word Jiggle

  1. 1836, from jig (q.v.) + -le, frequentative suffix. more

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Words that sound like Jiggle

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