A Diggle, Digg, Dagg, or Diggy is a word that was made up by me, which spread throughout the country. People now use this word to fill in for dude, man, etc. This is a slang word used by people with their friends. This is also used to replace curse words.
If you don't use or know digg, start to. Its really addicting and fun!
"Hey! Whats up digg?!" "What the digg!" "Hey diggle, whats going on?" "Are you diggin' serious?" "Diggy? Where are you?"
di AKrock 21 ottobre 2007
Top Definition
A word that can be used as a verb, noun, name, or anything the user feels like using it as.
It is common for "pop" to be added after the usage of "diggle" as a replacement for dude, man, or other "bro-names". There is only sexual connotation when applied.
Yo Alex, what up, diggle pop?

Oy, Diego, will you pass me some diggle?

Hey Jack, wanna go diggle later?

Schuyler, I hear you are a good diggler?

That man is one chill diggle.

di Sir Diggle Pop 22 marzo 2009
the button under the receiver on landline phones that is pressed to disconnect the call.
we are sorry the number you have dialled is not available, please send a text or try again, please press the diggle to disconnect the call.
di nikclarok 06 ottobre 2011
A man who likes to play with things
on other people
Dirk Diggles Daves dates
di Ammeg 30 luglio 2008
/Diggel/
Noun: a diggle is a an accumulated array of junk, trinkets, or treasures, such as found at a garage sale or in ones basement. Diggle can contain useless junk or valuable items. Some people are drawn to diggle as they are looking for that diamond in the rough. People who antique are looking for that overlooked piece amongst all diggle for collecting purposes.

Verb: to diggle
Diggling can be an activity that describes a person searching through a closet, junk drawer, yard sale, basement or any other location containing a worthwhile amount of diggle. "We diggled that closet and didn't find anything we were looking for, but that sure was a lengthy diggle. We spent hours diggling".

Adjective:
Used to described a person. A person can have a natural inclination to diggle or knack for diggling. "Martha calls herself a creative artist, but she is just a diggling fool never finding just the right accessory".
ORIGIN:
Orginating in Tacoma WA at the height of the 70s, diggle was often used to describe those who were under the influence of meth and occupied their days searching through junk and other people's belongings in hopes of finding valuables they could exchange for more dope. Currently, diggle has lost the negative connotation and has come to mean any person or thing that relentlessly searches through things. The TV show Storage Wars, for example, demonstrates how many digglers make their livelihood diggling other people's abandoned diggle.
di Diggle-liscious 28 giugno 2015
meaning that you agree with something a person says
"That girl at the movie theatre was so hot man."
"diggles."
di godly head 29 dicembre 2011
A Small Village In Northwest England, Full of Sheep Similar To Denshaw.
You Going To Diggle Later To Molest That Sheep?
di iknowyourmum 27 novembre 2011
to tickle someone by digging one's fingers into their flesh, resulting in painful tickling.
He diggled me and left a bruise on my arm.
di flyinghigh0905 25 gennaio 2011

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