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3.
Australian slang for friend or associate. Also used to refer to an individual or to oneself.
What's a digga to think? You're nothing but a fink.

This is my digga Robbo, who works at the Last Chance Hotel.
by Original Digga May 28, 2005
 
1.
german term which got absolutely nothing to do with the word nigga!
came up at the mid/late 90s german hip hop wave.
mostly used by north-german (hamburg) rappers like "das bo".
was geht digga - whats up man
by shiny bling bling November 22, 2005
 
2.
It's a German word mostly used in or around Hamburg which has absolutely nothing to do with the word nigger!
It's said that it was used by dockers in Hamburg for the first time and was later adopted by the Hamburger Hip-Hop Wave in the early 90s!
It has the same meaning as the English "mate", "dude" or "bro" depending on the context!
"Digga, hast du ein Problem?!" - "You got a problem, dude?"

"Ey Digga, was geht?" - "Yo dude, what's up?"
by gunjah29 August 08, 2009
 
4.
German slang, similar to 'dude' in english.. comes from the word dicker originally. dicker literally means fatty but in german is used as 'dude' or 'bro'
dicker -> digga = same thing
NOTHING TO DO WITH THE WORD NIGGA/NIGGER IN ENGLISH!
ey digga, was geht?
by themezza6 July 17, 2011
 
5.
A DJ or vinyl record enthusiast who spends exhorbitant amounts of time digging through crates of vinyl. Short for "crate digga" or "beat digga".
"DJ Shadow has the most obscure beats... He's a serious crate digga"
by Diggabeatz September 23, 2012
 
6.
Taking an extremely large spill, fall, case, slamming your body so hard, it seems as if you have dug a hole in the ground.
Sebastien- Dude, i completely cased that jump.
Tiberius- Yeah man, you took a complete digga.
by A Dysfunctional Sink February 03, 2009
 
7.
Derived from the word Digger, used to describe Australian troops who dug the trenches in WWI, Digger has been cultural slang in Australia for mate, which is slang for friend. More recently Digga has made the rounds as the urban tongue licks Australian suburb vernacular, being an excellent substitute in hip hop for a more demeaning rhyming word as it holds no class representation due to the absence of racial divide when on the frontline. It is to be used only when the receiver and the payer of the term are in Australia, or when an Aussie meets another Aussie in another part of the world. VERY easily misinterpreted, especially in South Central LA or the "ghetto", where you will not have the opportunity to explain its origins.
Wassup, Digga?

You'll never rid us Diggaz even middle finger wiggaz with us, chilled sick ass diggaz rip it up...
by Tha MAZire September 24, 2007