Definition of jiggy in English:

jiggy

Syllabification: jig·gy
Pronunciation: /ˈjigē
 
/

adjective (jiggier, jiggiest)

US informal
1Uninhibited, especially in a sexual manner: the script required her to get jiggy with Leonardo
More example sentences
  • Then, he squeezed my hand and asked me to get jiggy with him.
  • Twelve-and-unders clap maniacally, then get jiggy with Nelly.
  • The club also features a small dance floor for those who want to get jiggy with it; but be wary, everyone will be watching you!
2Trembling or nervous, especially as the result of drug withdrawal.

Origin

1930s: from jig + -y.

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