fidget (n.) Look up fidget at Dictionary.com
1670s, as the fidget "uneasiness," later the fidgets, from a 16c. verb fidge "move restlessly," perhaps from Middle English fiken "to fidget, hasten," from Old Norse fikjask "to desire eagerly" (source also of German ficken "to move about briskly").
fidget (v.) Look up fidget at Dictionary.com
1670s (implied in fidgetting); see fidget (n.). Related: Fidgeted.