Definition of Jigot

1. a leg of mutton [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jigot

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jigglings
jiggly
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jighead
jigheads
jigida
jigidas
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jigjigged
jigjigs
jigjog
jiglike
jigo
jigos
jigot (current term)
jigots
jigs
jigsaw
jigsaw puzzle
jigsaw puzzles
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jihad
jihadi
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Literary usage of Jigot

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1. A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language: To by John Walker (1806)
"—no, move, nor, not;—tube, tub, jigot, jig'iit. s. (166). Alec; asa jigot of mutton. bull;—oil;—pound;—i/)in, THIS. ..."

2. The Book of the Farm by Henry Stephens (1852)
"255, where, in the hind-quarter, a is the jigot and A the loin, and, ... It will be observed that •the jigot is cut with a part of the haunch or rump, ..."

3. Sheep, Swine, and Poultry by Robert Jennings (1864)
"The jigot is the most handsome and valuable part of the carcass, ... A jigot of Leicester, Cheviot, or South-Down mutton makes a beautiful boiled leg of ..."

4. Sheep, Swine, and Poultry by Robert Jennings (1864)
"The jigot is the most handsome and valuable part of the carcass, bringing the highest price, ... A jigot of Leicester, Cheviot, or South-Down mutton ..."

5. The Field Book: Or, Sports and Pastimes of the United Kingdom; Comp. from (1833)
"A leg ; as, a jigot of mutton. JILL, л-. A measure of liquids. ILIAC, a. Relating to the lower bowels. ..."

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