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jiggle (v.)

1836, from jig (v.) "move up and down or to and fro" (c. 1600, from jig (v.) but perhaps influenced by jog) + -le, which here could be either diminutive or frequentative. Related: Jiggled; jiggling. As a noun, from 1840.

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Definitions of jiggle
1
jiggle (v.)
move to and fro;
Don't jiggle your finger while the nurse is putting on the bandage!
Synonyms: joggle / wiggle
2
jiggle (n.)
a slight irregular shaking motion;
Synonyms: joggle
From wordnet.princeton.edu

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