A white person who tries to emulate or acquire cultural behaviour and tastes attributed to black people.
- ‘What a trend, they dressed like the wiggers in Los Angeles.’
- ‘Tries earnestly to out-extreme the original programming at HBO, but just ends up like the wigger trying to be cool in a room full of black people.’
- ‘Our new ‘creepy grocery store baby’ will be the hit product of 2002, inching out those stupid white visors that all the wiggers wear for no reason.’
- ‘Is a black person who doesn't constantly speak in Ebonics considered a cracker, and an Ebonics-speaking white person a wigger?’
1980s: blend of white and nigger.
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