1) An inside secret, bit of information, or joke: "If you know, you know"...
2) An early or pre-emptive que or prompt for action or information, sometimes meaning that it is being released to certain individuals before it is available to the general public.
To iggy: To pass along pertinent or secret information, usually to an individual or small group, allowing them to be "in-the-know" or "iggied up".
Ned: "Was that a work or a shoot?"
Kid: "It was an iggy!"
"Brent, lemme price-is-right it so Spice Boy can iggy you up."
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