1. [late 18C–19C] (also chigger) a clandestine, illicit still.
2. [19C] (UK Und., also jigger man) one who operates an illicit still and sells the liquor; also attrib.
3. [19C] bootleg liquor; also attrib.
4. [mid–late 19C] a drink of spirits, a dram; also attrib. [SE in 20C+].
5. [mid-19C+] a small glass or metal cup, a measure used in mixing cocktails.
6. [1920s] (US) a young man who frequents soda fountains in the hope of picking up girls.
[early–mid-19C] liquor made at a secret still.
1. [mid-19C–1900s] a seller of illicitly distilled spirits.
2. [late 19C] a drinker of such illegal spirits, esp. whisky.