Wig"wag` (?), v. i. [See Wag, v. t.] Naut.

To signal by means of a flag waved from side to side according to a code adopted for the purpose.



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Wig"wag` (?), v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Wigwagged (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Wigwagging (?).]

To move to and fro, to wag.


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Wig"wag`, n. [See Wigwag, v. t. & i.]

Act or art of wigwagging; a message wigwagged; -- chiefly attributive; as, the wigwag code. - - Wig"wag`er (#), n.


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