(Chih-gun) – A colloquial term originating in Western Pennsylvania primarily used to describe any form of animal product commonly (but not exclusively) used for human consumption. Often accompanied by a modifier such as: forest-chiggan (turkey), muddy-chiggan (pig), field-chiggan (cow), sweater-chiggan (sheep), city-chiggan (pigeon), etc.
Person A: Hey, what are we having for dinner tonight?
Person B: I don't know, we could always cook up some chiggans from the freezer downstairs.
Person A: Whoa, did you leave these raw chiggans in the sink all night?
Person B: Oh, sorry... Those must be some yucky chiggans by now!