1. a walk at a smart pace; a smart trot ...18C Scot.
2. the dandling of a child on the knee ...1920s Scot.
1. to go quickly about anything; to walk smartly ...1789 Scot.
2. to ride or run smartly, to trot ...1897 Scot.
3. to dandle a child on the knee ...1920s Scot.
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1789 - see Example below
"...In sweat and sun how they did jicker!
The 'prentice lads brought stoups o' licker."
From: Thoughts on the Seasons, &c.
By: David Davidson, 1789
• The English Dialect Dictionary, Joseph Wright, 1898-1905
• Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language,
John Jamieson, John Johnstone, 1867
• A Scots Dialect Dictionary, Alexander Warrack, 1911