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jig (n.)  lively song; frivolous dance
jig (v.)  move jerkily [as in a jig]
jig off (v.)  sing in the style of a jig
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LLL IV.iii.166 [Berowne to all] To see ... profound Solomon to tune a jig
MA II.i.65 [Beatrice to Hero] wooing, wedding, and repenting, is as a Scotch jig, a measure, and a cinquepace
TN I.iii.122 [Sir Toby to Sir Andrew] My very walk should be a jig