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A jig is a type of folk dance.
Jig may also refer to:
- Jig (tool), a device/frame used to control position or motion
- Jig (jewellery), a plate or open frame for holding work and helping to shape jewelry components
- Jigs, various methods of gravity separation in a coal preparation plant
- Jig, a fishing lure used in the jigging method of fishing (angling)
- "Jig", a nickname of Scottish footballer Lee McCulloch (born 1978)
- Jig, an unwanted anxious/restless on the spot trotting motion of a horse
- Jig (film), a 2011 British documentary
- Jigs (band), a Swedish band
- Jig, a variant of the children's card game snip snap snorem
- Jay Is Games (J.I.G.), a game review website
- Jig, the goblin protagonist of several fantasy novels by Jim C. Hines
- Jig! was the name of a strategy game for the Newton MessagePad published by Dubl-Click Software in 1991.
- Gigue (French), or jig in English, a fast dance movement from the Baroque Suite
- George Cram Cook or Jig Cook (1873-1924), American theatre producer, director, playwright, novelist and poet
- Hurricane Jig (1951), in the Atlantic Ocean
- Jig, one of the sectors of Gold Beach during the World War II Normandy landings
- Jig, the phonetic for the letter J in the Joint Army/Navy Phonetic Alphabet
- jig, ISO 639-3 code for the Jingulu language of Australia
- The jig is up (disambiguation)
- Stage jig, 'dramatic' or 'farce' jig: a short, comic sung-drama featuring dance; a popular afterpiece in the playhouses of 16th and 17th century England, or performed by amateurs and semi-professional performers in the localities
- James D. Ramage (1916-2012), American naval aviator and rear admiral nicknamed "Jig Dog"
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