Top Definition
An all-purpose term which can technically refer to any inanimate object. However, common usage has produced two basic meanings. The singular, gigliaga, generally means a washroom, while the plural, gigliagas, generally refers to some sort of food garnish. Etymology: derived from the Spanish letter 'y'.
1.) I'll be right back. I have to use the gigliaga like a mongoose.
2.) Yo Jenny, pass me the gigliagas.
by Dave, MBE August 14, 2006

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