MEANING: noun: A sharp turn or angle in a zigzag course.
verb intr.: To make a sharp turn.

ETYMOLOGY: Back-formation from zigzag, from French zigzag, from ziczac, from German Zickzack (zigzag), perhaps a reduplication of Zacke (peak, tooth, or nail). Earliest documented use: 1969. Zigzag is from 1712.

ZING - twit-speak for "snoozing"

ZYG - a fertilized egg

ZIGH - taking a long, deep breath and then letting it out, while asleep