joggle definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To shake or jar somewhat.
    • To join or connect through a joggle.
    • To shake a little; to push abruptly but somewhat, in order to cause to shake or totter; to jostle; to jog.
    • to become listed on through joggles, so as to avoid sliding apart; sometimes, loosely, to dowel.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to go with a shaking or softly jolting motion.
    • To shake or totter; to slide out-of-place.
  • noun:
    • A shaking or gently jolting motion.
    • A joint between two pieces of building material created by a notch and a fitted projection.
    • The notch or the projecting piece found in such a joint.
    • one step formed in product by two adjacent reverse bends.
    • A notch or enamel when you look at the joining surface of every little bit of building material to stop slipping.
    • A notch or tooth into the joining surface of every little bit of building material to stop slipping; often, but improperly, applied to a different piece fitted into two adjacent stones, or perhaps the like.
    • A jolt; a jog.
    • In woodworking, a stub-tenon in the end of a post or little bit of wood, which prevents the timber or post from moving laterally. In addition joggle-joint.
    • In carp, and masonry, a notch in a bit of timber or rock, into which can be fitted a projection upon a corresponding piece or equivalent, or a vital in addition engaging a notch in a corresponding piece or counterpart, to stop one piece from slipping on the other side.
    • In mech.:
    • A pin or tenon projecting from a casting to carry it when emerge place.
    • an elevated rib or ridge by which rests a plummer-block or other bearing.
    • In iron ship-building, a setting straight back of element of a plate or of a bar to obtain a flush area where other parts cross, or to allow it to match around a projection, as a butt-strap.
    • a fastener that's inserted into holes in two adjacent pieces and holds all of them collectively
    • a small unusual shaking motion
  • verb:
    • To shake a little; to press all of a sudden but a little, to be able to cause to shake or totter; to jostle; to run.
    • To jog or run while juggling.
    • move to and fro
    • fasten or join with a joggle
  • others:
    • To shake a little; provide a-sudden but minor push; jolt; jostle.
    • In carp, and masonry, to suit together, as timbers or stonework, with notches and forecasts, or with notches and secrets, to prevent the slipping of parts upon the other person.
    • to maneuver irregularly; have a jogging or jolting motion; shake.
    • In metal ship-building, in order to make a joggle in (a plate or bar).

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