- a farthing. Formerly GRIG.
- fun, frolic, a spree. _Old French_, GIGUE, a jig, a romp. “In search of lark, or some delicious GIG, The mind delights on, when ’tis in prime twig.” _Randall’s Diary_, 1820. “‘No heirs have I,’ said mournful Matt; But Tom, still fond of GIG, Cried out, ‘No hairs? don’t fret at that, When you can buy a wig.’”
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