Top Definition
Background: Slang word from the '50s

Definition: A commercial in the form of a song.
Did you hear the new Coca-Cola jingle?
by BigG March 19, 2005
A code word employed by a sober cohort to prevent future embarrassment the morning after a drunken, office Christmas party; it is used to redirect behaviors and topics of conversation away from the inappropriateness of the inebriated.
Drunken Boss (to a gathered group): "Did I ever tell you about the time I had a menage a trois with..."

Sober Cohort (Interrrupting): "JINGLE!"

Drunken Boss (to Sober Cohort): "Thanks, that will save me a trip to see HR while hungover."
by raveon76 February 12, 2014
(Philippine English)

To pee. To urinate.
I can't wait no more. I have to jingle before it blows.
by mr. yoso June 28, 2012
Another word for change (loose change)
Damn yo' Imma 3 cents short lemme borrow some jingles.
by Brea June 30, 2004
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