1. to lock up, to imprison.
|Deemster Ch. xxxiii: Poor Mastha Dan had been [...] jiggered up in Peel Castle.|
|Flynn’s mag. cited in Partridge DU (1949).‘Dict. Und.’ in|
2. to unlock.
|Where The Money Was (2004) 210: He was going to jigger the door in a way that would allow us to get in.|