Definitions for giggle
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word giggle.
a foolish or nervous laugh
"The girls giggled when the rock star came into the classroom"
A high-pitched, silly laugh.
To laugh gently or in a high-pitched voice; to laugh in a silly or giddy way.
The jokes had them giggling like little girls all evening.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
To laugh idly; to titter; to grin with merry levity. It is retained in Scotland.
Etymology: gichgelen, Dutch.
to laugh with short catches of the breath or voice; to laugh in a light, affected, or silly manner; to titter with childish levity
a kind of laugh, with short catches of the voice or breath; a light, silly laugh
Etymology: [Akin to gaggle: cf. OD. ghichelen, G. kichern.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
gig′l, v.i. to laugh with short catches of the breath, or in a silly manner.—n. a laugh of this kind.—ns. Gigg′ler; Gigg′ling. [M. E. gagelen, to cackle; cf. Ice. gagl, a goose.]
The numerical value of giggle in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of giggle in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
I was brought up by very witty people who were dealing with quite difficult things - disease and death... I was brought up by people who tended to giggle at funerals.
It's easier to start with young people, because once they get older, they still giggle but are already used to it, also, it's important to tell children everything before they go through puberty, because you want them to understand the way their bodies will change and understand sex before they are getting into sexual relationships.
He’s the big winner and when he got this letter from the president saying ‘okay nevermind,’ he must be having a giggle fit, right now, in North Korea.
They don't even see them as what they are, which is a tablet on wheels, they see them as part of the service experience because these robots have a personality, they can interact. If you touch them, they giggle and they tell you things.
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- kichern, GekicherGerman
- χάχανο, χαχανίζωGreek
- reír, risitaSpanish
- tirskua, kikatus, kikattaaFinnish
- ricanement, glousserFrench
- rir, risiñaGalician
- けらけら笑う, くすくす笑うJapanese
- ხითხითებდა, ხითხითიGeorgian
- kisiyuvudu, vyangya nage, kisiKannada
- tīhohe, tīhohehoheMāori
- кикотница, кикот, кикотиMacedonian
- giechelen, gegiechelDutch
- knising, knise, fnising, fniseNorwegian
- chichot, chichotaćPolish
- хихикать, хихиканье, хихикнутьRussian
- fnissa, fnittraSwedish
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