A word that people have made up to attempt to insult somebody who likes the style of what is considered to belong to the black culture. People need to just learn to accept people for who they are, get a life, and stop attempting to insult people for who they are and what they enjoy.
"I am going to waste my time making up an insulting word to offend something somebody enjoys or believes in. Ohh, I've seen white people look like black people from the way they dress, I guess I could make fun of them by calling them a wigger, omg I have no fucking life."
A white kid who thinks hes black.
"Nick Abplanalp is a wigger"
A white boy from the suburbs who attempts to act black. They should actually be more feared than actual inner city youth, because they will try to prove that they are not from the suburbs, and try (especially in the company of blacks, or especially in the Caucasian posses) to show that they are indeed hard, and will go to extremes to prove this.
John and Patrick were walking to the grocery store in sunny, suburban New Jersey when they saw a group of wiggers. The wiggers saw an African American thug from Newark, and tried to impress him, attacking and flailing on John, even though John was a bodybuilder and repressed them entirely.
A painfully white person who wishes to be down with the brown.
Wigger: Sup nigga?
Black Dude: Imma fuck you up white boy!
A wigger is an annoying piece of shit who thinks he is black, and tries to act "Cool," Yet has his pathetic ass kicked by Whites and blacks alike. Also a steryotypical bastard who think all blacks listen to rap and talk in that weir,d fucked up way
Wigger: yo yo yo, what;s craackin Mah home dawg? why you be dissn' Emeniem? or Fiddy cennt
Normal white guy: ...Shut the fuck up, shit head -beats the fuck out of him-
Wigger: Yo yo , whaddup, homie G? you hear dat new shit?
Black guy:..... -beats the shit outta him-
An old American political party. It died away in the late 1800s, and was replaced by the Republican Party.
Student: Was Bill Clinton a Wigger?
Teacher: No, he was a Democrat.