Meaning of fizgig in English:

fizgig

Pronunciation /ˈfɪzɡɪɡ/

noun

  • 1 archaic A silly or flirtatious young woman.

    • ‘a raven-haired fizgig’
  • 2 archaic A kind of small firework.

    • ‘he splutters out all his opinions like a fizgig made of gunpowder not thoroughly dry’
  • 3Australian informal A police informer.

    • ‘they relied on their ability to conduct surveillance and to establish relations with informants or fizgigs’
    informant

Origin

Early 16th century probably from fizz + obsolete gig ‘flighty girl’. Compare with gig and whirligig.