noun, plural jug·gins·es. Chiefly British.
Origin of juggins
Examples from the Web for juggins
Well, you Juggins, you can wear that and lend me the one you've got on.Peter Binney|Archibald Marshall
Juggins, of course, never took a degree, so he made no practical use of his education.
The 'Juggins,' however jubilant he may have been, soon finds that he has no cause for rejoicing.Sharps and Flats|John Nevil Maskelyne
This Juggins discovered could only be obtained, in any thorough way, through Sanskrit, which of course lies at the base of it.
Among the multitude of fat envelopes bulging with words, my thin "Juggins" simply insisted upon being opened first.