gig

long and light rowing boat; especially for racingan implement with a shaft and barbed point used for catching fisha cluster of hooks (without barbs) that is drawn through a school of fish to hook their bodies; used when fish are not bitingtender that is a light ship's boat; often for personal use of captainsmall two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage; with two seats and no hood

Gig

A sporting two-wheeled vehicle, deemed too high off the ground for safe pleasure driving, often used to exercise a trotting horse.
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GIG

Gigatype / Gigahertz, details ...
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gig

[n] - a cluster of hooks (without barbs) that is drawn through a school of fish to hook their bodies 2. [n] - long and light rowing boat 3. [n] - tender that is a light ship`s boat 4. [n] - small two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage 5. [n] - a booking for musicians
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Gig

Gig (jĭg or gĭg) noun [ Confer Old French gigue . See Jig , noun ] A fiddle. [ Obsolete]
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Gig

Gig (gĭg) transitive verb [ Prob. from Latin gignere to beget.] To engender. [ Obsolete] Dryden.
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Gig

Gig noun A kind of spear or harpoon. See Fishgig .
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Gig

Gig transitive verb To fish with a gig.
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gig

noun a booking for musicians; `they played a gig in New Jersey`
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gig

noun an implement with a shaft and barbed point used for catching fish
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Gig

• (n.) A fiddle. • (v. t.) To engender. • (n.) A rotatory cylinder, covered with wire teeth or teasels, for teaseling woolen cloth. • (n.) A long, light rowboat, generally clinkerbuilt, and designed to be fast; a boat appropriated to the use of the commanding officer; as, the captain`s gig. • (n.) A light carriage, with one...
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gig

any of several members of a class of light, open, two-wheeled, one-horse carriages, popular in France, England, and America. The gig, which first ...
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Gig

Gig is slang for a performance by an entertainer, usually by a musician.
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Gig

a show business job.
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gig

a show business job.
Found on https://stand-upcomedy.com/glossary-of-stand-up-comedy-terms/

Gig

A stand-up comedy performance. Usually the word gig implies a paid performance.
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gig

an informal contraction of the gigabyte (GB) common in computer science, especially as a unit of storage capacity.
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Gig

A gig is a light, two-wheeled carriage pulled by a single horse.
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Gig

A gig is a whipping top, made in the form of a 'V'. Gigs were popular children's toys before the discovery of electricity.
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gig

two-wheeled, one horse carriage.
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gig

small two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage; with two seats and no hood.
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Gig

[music] Gig is slang for a musical engagement in which musicians are hired{Clarify|date=April 2014}. Originally coined in the 1920s by jazz musicians, the term, short for the word `engagement`, now refers to any aspect of performing such as assisting with performance and attending musical performance. More broadly, the term `gigging` means ...
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Gig

[carriage] A gig, also called chair or chaise, is a light, two-wheeled sprung cart pulled by one horse. Gigs travelling at night would normally carry two oil lamps with thick glass, known as gig-lamps. Gig carts are constructed with the driver`s seat sitting higher than the level of the shafts. Traditionally, a gig is more formal than a vil...
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gig

a slang term which refers to a paying musical engagement at a venue, usually of a single night's duration
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Gig

Slang for job, engagement of musicians to play and perform.
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