Top Definition
To catch bull frogs to use as fishing bait/ food. Above said frogs are caught by means of spearing with a frog gigg (either a forked or pointed apparatus)
Hey man let's go gigging! Catfish season is comin' up!
by twizzler5585 March 16, 2009
Comes from the term "gig". It means you are moving from one gig to the next, singing along with each band for a few songs and then moving on. It's similar to clubbing, except the clubs are more likely to be coffee shops and there will probably be more singing and less dancing/drinking. Gigging is about experiencing the music and atmosphere of each venue. Tends to be more popular with people who enjoy jazz or "underground" music.
Me (PE major) - "Hey bro, want to shoot some hoops with Derek later?"
Friend (Jazz Guitar major) "Naw, I'm going gigging with some guys from my Theory 2 class."
by VocabBreaker March 08, 2012
Refers to service provider updating technology to provide one or more gigabit per second service to consumers.

Also, a consumer of high speed data enjoying their gigabit service via streaming music, video, and gaming
Fersure, come on over, bro, work can wait! I'm just gigging at home with the latest download of Call of Duty and watchin' 4k vids of Minecraft.
by cdk65 July 22, 2015
the act of becoming overly excited
girl when that song came on i was gigging to the beat.
by kimii August 06, 2007
New Zealand slang, used in off-roading. When the terrain is treacherous and unknown, such as in the Antarctic, a vehicle may need to slowly search for passable trails, called "gigging"
I was gigging through holes taller than my rockcrawler.
by Kingdragonfly July 27, 2015

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