wiggy


wiggy
wig·gy

English syllables. 2014.

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  • wiggy — [wig′ē] adj. wiggier, wiggiest 1. Now Rare a) wearing a wig b) pompously formal or elegant ☆ 2. Slang wild, exciting, crazy, etc …   English World dictionary

  • wiggy — 1. When a person acts so silly that it seems fake or plastic. 2. Really out of touch with reality. 1. I didn t think we would ever get a table and did you notice how wiggy that waitress was? 2. It s Monday, I woke up late, haven t had my… …   Dictionary of american slang

  • wiggy — 1. When a person acts so silly that it seems fake or plastic. 2. Really out of touch with reality. 1. I didn t think we would ever get a table and did you notice how wiggy that waitress was? 2. It s Monday, I woke up late, haven t had my… …   Dictionary of american slang

  • wiggy — wig|gy [ wıgi ] adjective INFORMAL slightly crazy or not making any sense: wiggy ideas about how to raise children …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • wiggy — I. ˈwigē adjective ( er/ est) Etymology: wig (I) + y 1. : marked by excessive gravity and formality : pompous a dried up, wiggy … little scandalmonger Richard Dehan 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • wiggy — /wig ee/, adj., wiggier, wiggiest. Slang. 1. crazy or eccentric. 2. crazed or delirious. [1810 20; WIG + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • wiggy — adjective a) Crazy. b) Uninhibited …   Wiktionary

  • wiggy — adj crazy, eccentric, irresponsible. The word, from the beatnik lexicon, was often used approvingly as a synonym for wild. It derives from the use of wig to mean the head or brain and the notion of flipping one s lid . (Liddy is a less common… …   Contemporary slang

  • wiggy — adjective (wiggier, wiggiest) informal, chiefly N. Amer. emotionally uncontrolled; crazy. Origin 1960s: from wig out (see wig2) …   English new terms dictionary

  • wiggy — wig•gy [[t]ˈwɪg i[/t]] adj. gi•er, gi•est. Slang. 1) sts odd; eccentric 2) sts crazed; delirious • Etymology: 1810–20; appar. wig+ y …   From formal English to slang


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