adjective, wig·gi·er, wig·gi·est. Slang.

crazy or eccentric.
crazed or delirious.

Origin of wiggy

First recorded in 1810–20; wig + -y1
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Examples from the Web for wiggy

Historical Examples of wiggy

  • For once in her life, “Wiggy” Devar forced herself to think clearly.

  • Little B—— (your neighbor of Bond St.) was there, wiggy and smiley, but oh!

    Julia Ward Howe

    Laura E. Richards

  • But “Wiggy” Devar did not care now whether or not the story told by Cynthia was true.

  • Damn my cousin Townham for a dried-up, wiggy, pratin' little scandalmonger!

    The Dop Doctor

    Clotilde Inez Mary Graves