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jog·gle 1

 (jŏg′əl)
v. jog·gled, jog·gling, jog·gles
v.tr.
To shake or jar slightly.
v.intr.
To move with a shaking or lightly jolting motion.
n.
A shaking or lightly jolting motion.

[Perhaps frequentative of jog.]

jog·gle 2

 (jŏg′əl)
n.
1. A joint between two pieces of building material formed by a notch and a fitted projection.
2. The notch or the projecting piece used in such a joint.
tr.v. jog·gled, jog·gling, jog·gles
To join or attach by means of a joggle.

[Perhaps from jog.]

joggle

(ˈdʒɒɡəl)
vb
1. to shake or move (someone or something) with a slightly jolting motion
2. (Building) (tr) to join or fasten (two pieces of building material) by means of a joggle
n
3. the act of joggling
4. a slight irregular shake; jolt
5. (Building) a joint between two pieces of building material by means of a projection on one piece that fits into a notch in the other; dowel
6. (Building) a shoulder designed to take the thrust of a strut or brace
[C16: frequentative of jog1]
ˈjoggler n

jog•gle

(ˈdʒɒg əl)

v. -gled, -gling,
n. v.t.
1. to shake slightly; move to and fro, as by repeated jerks; jiggle.
2. to join or fasten by fitting a projection into a recess.
3. to fit or fasten with dowels.
v.i.
4. to move irregularly, with a jogging or jolting motion; shake.
n.
5. the act of joggling.
6. a slight shake or jolt.
7. a projection on one of two joining objects that fits into a corresponding recess in the other to prevent slipping.
8. an enlarged area, as on a post, for supporting the foot of a strut, brace, etc.
[1505–15; jog1 + -le]
jog′gler, n.

joggle


Past participle: joggled
Gerund: joggling

Imperative
joggle
joggle
Present
I joggle
you joggle
he/she/it joggles
we joggle
you joggle
they joggle
Preterite
I joggled
you joggled
he/she/it joggled
we joggled
you joggled
they joggled
Present Continuous
I am joggling
you are joggling
he/she/it is joggling
we are joggling
you are joggling
they are joggling
Present Perfect
I have joggled
you have joggled
he/she/it has joggled
we have joggled
you have joggled
they have joggled
Past Continuous
I was joggling
you were joggling
he/she/it was joggling
we were joggling
you were joggling
they were joggling
Past Perfect
I had joggled
you had joggled
he/she/it had joggled
we had joggled
you had joggled
they had joggled
Future
I will joggle
you will joggle
he/she/it will joggle
we will joggle
you will joggle
they will joggle
Future Perfect
I will have joggled
you will have joggled
he/she/it will have joggled
we will have joggled
you will have joggled
they will have joggled
Future Continuous
I will be joggling
you will be joggling
he/she/it will be joggling
we will be joggling
you will be joggling
they will be joggling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been joggling
you have been joggling
he/she/it has been joggling
we have been joggling
you have been joggling
they have been joggling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been joggling
you will have been joggling
he/she/it will have been joggling
we will have been joggling
you will have been joggling
they will have been joggling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been joggling
you had been joggling
he/she/it had been joggling
we had been joggling
you had been joggling
they had been joggling
Conditional
I would joggle
you would joggle
he/she/it would joggle
we would joggle
you would joggle
they would joggle
Past Conditional
I would have joggled
you would have joggled
he/she/it would have joggled
we would have joggled
you would have joggled
they would have joggled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.joggle - a fastener that is inserted into holes in two adjacent pieces and holds them togetherjoggle - a fastener that is inserted into holes in two adjacent pieces and holds them together
fastening, holdfast, fastener, fixing - restraint that attaches to something or holds something in place
2.joggle - a slight irregular shaking motion
shaking - the act of causing something to move up and down (or back and forth) with quick movements
Verb1.joggle - move to and frojoggle - move to and fro; "Don't jiggle your finger while the nurse is putting on the bandage!"
shake, agitate - move or cause to move back and forth; "The chemist shook the flask vigorously"; "My hands were shaking"
wag, waggle - move from side to side; "The happy dog wagged his tail"
2.joggle - fasten or join with a joggle
fasten, fix, secure - cause to be firmly attached; "fasten the lock onto the door"; "she fixed her gaze on the man"

joggle

verb
To cause to move to and fro with short, jerky movements:
Translations
يَهُز، يَرُج
klátit
könnyedén ráz
hrista
judinti
grūstkratītpurināt
sars makyavaş yavaş salla mak

joggle

[ˈdʒɒgl]
A. Nsacudida f
I gave his arm a jogglele sacudí el brazole di una sacudida en el brazo
B. VTsacudir
C. VIdar sacudidas

joggle

nSchütteln nt, → Rütteln nt

joggle

[ˈdʒɒgl] vt (fam) → scuotere leggermente

joggle

(ˈdʒogl) verb
to (cause to) shake or move slightly from side to side. Don't joggle the table!
References in classic literature ?
Our lawyer joggled him, and then he looked up startled, and says, "Take the witness if you want him.
Unc Nunkie and Margolotte were so startled that they both leaped backward and bumped together, and Unc's head joggled the shelf above them and upset the bottle containing the Liquid of Petrifaction.
The wind blew hard and joggled the water of the ocean, sending ripples across its surface.
But the wind, as if satisfied at last with its mischievous pranks, stopped blowing this ocean and hurried away to another part of the world to blow something else; so that the waves, not being joggled any more, began to quiet down and behave themselves.
Dads joggled toddlers up and down on their shoulders - and even the family pets were brought along, with several pooches dressed in polka dot neckerchiefs.
Jemima and p was 1,402m rbad, surrounded by ton (Swiss district) d co ate a seven-course meal which included "watery" soup and "starved" beef slices and then, despite being joggled about on the road all day in their carriage, felt like a little exercise, so took an hour-long walk after dinner.
The blade was vigorously joggled up and down through the sample ten times or more until no flour lumps remained either on the water surface nor on the paddle.
These provided entertainment as well as food, because as people ate they joggled the table, and the jellies would wobble - and people love to watch jellies wobbling.
Then they'll be picked up and joggled on someone's knee.
while I, I by myself I, imprison'd in a post chaise, am joggled, and jostled, and bump'd and bruised along the King's high road, to make war upon a pox or a fever.
The slave turned her head and looked at me over her shoulder with a broad, jaunty grin and for my benefit joggled her mistress's gaping flesh, and the woman shuddered and made a mewling sound.