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wig·ger

 (wĭg′ər)
n. Offensive Slang
A white person, usually a teenager or young adult, who adopts the fashions, the tastes, and often the mannerisms considered typical of urban black youth.

wigger

(ˈwɪɡə) or

wigga

n
slang derogatory a white youth who adopts black youth culture by adopting its speech, wearing its clothes, and listening to its music
[C20: from a blend of white + nigger]
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From his first international medal at the 1963 Pan American Games until his retirement from international competition in the late 1980s, Wigger collected 111 individual and team medals in international competition, more than any other shooter in the world.
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