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2. Or: gigg , an obsolete term for a house woman or the mistress of a household. It was used by Geoffrey Chaucer in The House of Fame (1373) to mean a wanton or promiscuous woman , but it was obsolete by the 17 th century.
3. From the 17 th to the 19 th century, the female genitals . Captain Francis Grose, in his Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (1811) defines gigg as ' a nose ' or ' a woman's privaties' . See vagina for synonyms.
4. Or: giggy , the anus . See anus for synonyms.
5. A musical booking or job .
Etymology: From Middle French giguer, a lively dance of that period . From this root also derives the French word gigolette , a prostitute , and the Italian gigolo , a male prostitute or kept man .
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