verb (used without object), nig·gled, nig·gling.
- nigger heaven,
- nigger of the narcissus, the,
- night and day
Origin of niggle
Examples from the Web for niggle
The fact is, Mr. Niggle, we dont wish to wound your feelings.
Niggle, eat in peace and thankfulness; for I have once more saved you from the abyss of matrimony.
Mr. Niggle, the gentleman with whom you saw me yesterday, is my friend.
Word Origin for niggle
1590s (implied in niggling), possibly from a Scandinavian source (cf. Norwegian dialectal nigla "be busy with trifles"), perhaps related to source of niggard. Related: Niggled; niggling; niggler.