v. To insult someone by way of raising the middle finger in their direction, most often used in situations where verbal insults are impractical.
So then the truck pulled out in front of us, so I gigged him.
Did he just gig us?
dance, move well on the dance floor
"That girl can GIG!"
Absolutly any event that could ever take place
A night in with the gilfriend is merely "an intimate gig"
The Second World War was "a shit gig, which mainly received poor reviews in local press"
noun; a tobacco cigarette
Let me bum a gig, I'm out of cigarettes
Noun or Adjective & used as an acronym: short for: "Get In the Gang". a term used when someone's getting all nosy into your conversation, and you really didn't want them included in the first place.
See also: Gigging
"Gawd, Leslie is such a GIG all the time. Yeah, I know what you mean. She's always butting in to our private conversations," or "Stop being such a GIG Jenn, it's none of your business!" or, "Sorry, I'm just gigging in on your convo..."
An empty beer can or bottle
We found a gig floating down the river
a noun used to describe ones bussiness