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fizgig Line breaks: fiz¦gig
Pronunciation: /ˈfɪzɡɪɡ/

Definition of fizgig in English:

noun

1 archaic A silly or flirtatious young woman.
3Australian informal A police informer.

Origin

Early 16th century: probably from fizz + obsolete gig 'flighty girl'. Compare with gig1 and whirligig.

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