Usage - To nig
1) To borrow without the intention of returning
2) To act niggardly in general. (More commonly known as "nigging around")
3) To "jokingly" steal, then actually steal it because you're a nig
2) My cousin asked if he could wear my new Nikes this summer because they looked fresh as shit with his clothes. I never saw those shoes again, and every time I asked, he changed the subject. He nigged my shoes.
getting screwed over = getting nigged
screwing somebody over = nigging them
the screw over itself = nig
particularly when someone has found something that benefits them in some way, and another manages to take the benefits for himself
I need a cigarette, mind if I nig your last smoke?
n. label of a cheap, dishonest, or traitorous person, or a person of any race who acts in ways in which characterize the African-American steriotype.
v. to cheat, back-stabb, or screw over.
That kid with the spoke rims is so nig.
Fisher just nigged me out of ten bucks