intransitive verb-·gled, -·gling
Origin of jogglefrequentative of jog
- a joint between two surfaces of wood, stone, etc. made by cutting a notch in one and making a projection in the other to fit into it so as to prevent slippage
- a notch or projection for such a joint
Origin of jogglefrom jog
transitive verb-·gled, -·gling
verbjog·gled, jog·gling, jog·gles
Origin of jogglePerhaps frequentative of jog 1
- A joint between two pieces of building material formed by a notch and a fitted projection.
- The notch or the projecting piece used in such a joint.
transitive verbjog·gled, jog·gling, jog·gles
Origin of jogglePerhaps from jog 2
(third-person singular simple present joggles, present participle joggling, simple past and past participle joggled)