Definition of pigeon-wing in English:

pigeon-wing

verb

North American
rare, historical
  • no object And with object. To dance a pigeon wing; to teach, or encourage (a person) to dance a pigeon wing. Also occasionally refl.: to move by or as if dancing pigeon wings.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in John Neal (1793–1876), author and women's rights activist. From pigeon wing.

Pronunciation

pigeon-wing

/ˈpɪdʒ(ɪ)nwɪŋ/