Associations to the word «Pig»


PIG, noun. Any of several mammalian species of the genus Sus, having cloven hooves, bristles and a nose adapted for digging; especially the domesticated farm animal Sus scrofa.
PIG, noun. (specifically) A young swine, a piglet (contrasted with a hog, an adult swine).
PIG, noun. (uncountable) The edible meat of such an animal; pork.
PIG, noun. Someone who overeats or eats rapidly and noisily.
PIG, noun. A nasty or disgusting person, usually male.
PIG, noun. A dirty or slovenly person.
PIG, noun. (now) (chiefly US) (UK) (Australia) (derogatory) (slang) A police officer. [From ante 1785.]
PIG, noun. (informal) A difficult problem.
PIG, noun. (countable and uncountable) A block of cast metal.
PIG, noun. The mold in which a block of metal is cast.
PIG, noun. (engineering) A device for cleaning or inspecting the inside of an oil or gas pipeline, or for separating different substances within the pipeline. Named for the pig-like squealing noise made by their progress.
PIG, noun. (pejorative) a person who is obese to the extent of resembling a pig (the animal)
PIG, noun. (US) (military) (slang) The general-purpose M60 machine gun, considered to be heavy and bulky.
PIG, noun. (uncountable) A simple dice game in which players roll the dice as many times as they like, either accumulating a greater score or losing previous points gained.
PIG, verb. (of swine) to give birth.
PIG, verb. (intransitive) To greedily consume (especially food).
PIG, verb. (intransitive) To huddle or lie together like pigs, in one bed.
PIG, noun. (Scottish) earthenware, or an earthenware shard
PIG, noun. An earthenware hot-water jar to warm a bed; a stone bed warmer
PIG, noun. Persuade, Identify, GOTV, an electoral technique commonly employed in the United Kingdom.
PIG, noun. Police in gear.
PIG, noun. Acronym of pipe inspection gauge.
PIG BED, noun. A mold, made in a bed of sand, in which pig iron is cast; a pig
PIG DOG, noun. (Australia) (New Zealand) A dog bred to hunt wild pigs and boars, typically based on breeds such as Staffordshire Terrier and English Bull Terrier.
PIG DOG, noun. (surfing) A stance used for surfing tubes on one’s backhand. The surfer crouches low over a bent front knee, back leg extending back, outside hand holding onto the outside rail, and inside arm extended upwards touching the face of the wave as a guide (or digging in to slow down).
PIG DOG, noun. A contemptible or worthless person.
PIG DOG, verb. To surf in the pig dog stance.
PIG DOGS, noun. Plural of pig dog
PIG DOGS, verb. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pig dog
PIG FLU, noun. Swine influenza
PIG FUCKER, noun. (vulgar) Alternative form of pigfucker
PIG FUCKER, noun. Used other than as an idiom.
PIG FUCKERS, noun. Plural of pig fucker
PIG IN A BLANKET, noun. (US) A small sausage, usually a short hot dog, wrapped in dough and baked.
PIG IN A BLANKET, noun. (UK) A (generally pork) sausage wrapped in bacon, most common at Christmas.
PIG IN A POKE, noun. (idiomatic) Something whose true value is concealed or unknown and may be lower than expected by the buyer or claimed by the seller, especially something offered for sale.
PIG IN THE MIDDLE, noun. (British) monkey in the middle
PIG IN THE PYTHON, noun. The baby boom after World War II.
PIG IRON, noun. A type of crude iron shaped like a block, commonly used as an industrial raw material.
PIG IT, verb. (intransitive) To live slovenly, in squalor.
PIG LATIN, noun. A type of wordplay in which (English) words are altered by moving the leading phonetic of a word to the end and appending -ay - however, if the word begins with a vowel then "-way" is suffixed with no leading phonetic change. {| class="toc" style="-moz-box-sizing: content-box; clear:right; display:inline; float:right; margin: 6px 0 16px 23px; padding 5px; width: 248px;" ! style="text-align: left; border-bottom: 1px solid #DDD" | Examples |- | style="font-size:100%;padding-left: 10px;" | "please be quiet or I'll cry" becomes "ease-play e-bay iet-quay or-way I'll-way y-cray" |}
PIG LATIN, noun. Alternative letter-case form of pig Latin
PIG LEAD, noun. Unrefined lead, cast in blocks (in pigs)
PIG OUT, verb. (idiomatic) (intransitive) To eat voraciously or ravenously; to gorge oneself.
PIG PILE, noun. A pile of people or animals lying huddled together on the ground.
PIG PILES, noun. Plural of pig pile
PIG PLAGUE, noun. Swine fever
PIG RUN, noun. The running of a pig through an oil or gas pipeline
PIG RUN, noun. The open area of a pigsty
PIG STICKER, noun. A specialized knife used to slaughter a pig by stabbing it in the throat.
PIG WAR, proper noun. A diplomatic dispute involving the United States and the United Kingdom over the Oregon Treaty boundary around the San Juan Islands, which began with an American farmer shooting a British company's pig in 1859.
PIG YOKE, noun. (nautical) (slang) (archaic) A quadrant or sextant.
PIG YOKES, noun. Plural of pig yoke

Dictionary definition

PIG, noun. Domestic swine.
PIG, noun. A coarse obnoxious person.
PIG, noun. A person regarded as greedy and pig-like.
PIG, noun. Uncomplimentary terms for a policeman.
PIG, noun. Mold consisting of a bed of sand in which pig iron is cast.
PIG, noun. A crude block of metal (lead or iron) poured from a smelting furnace.
PIG, verb. Live like a pig, in squalor.
PIG, verb. Eat greedily; "he devoured three sandwiches".
PIG, verb. Give birth; "sows farrow".

Wise words

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