Sigger: (sig-ger): verb, english, Southern Alabama slang, East Tennessee slang: 1) to fail to hold up your end of the deal, to not do as agreed. 2) to do a socially rude thing. Uses: siggered, siggering, siggerer, siggerous.
History: During the Civil War, a Confederate Colonel by the name of John R. Siggers was responsible for securing a ford near Mossy Creek in the absence of Col. Iris Red Hair. Col. Sigger was injured in an earlier scurmage and said to have lost his mind. Col Sigger was said deemed unfit to return to duty, but he convinced his commanding office Gen. Samuel D. Sturgis to place him in command of the creek ford that offered an easy access to the Confederate flank. Col. Sigger told Gen. Sturgis that he would hold the ford or this name would be forever know as one of incomplete responsibilities. The Union forces under Col. Samuel R. Mott routed Sigger and his defender with a classic flank attack. Col Sigger was killed in the battle, but he sent a dispatch to Gen. Samuel D. Sturgis. In the dispatch Col Sigger said “I have siggered you Sir, and it is damn foul smell too."
This guy has siggered me. I have been siggered again. Roll down the window, you are siggering me. This situation could quickly become siggerous.