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Verb
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pigs, plural;
  1. Gorge oneself with food
    • - don't pig out on chips before dinner
  2. Crowd together with other people in disorderly or dirty conditions
    • - he and Irving pigged it for years in a shoebox of an apartment
    • - I have no intention of pigging with that bunch for another day
  3. (of a sow) Give birth to piglets; farrow

  4. Operate a pig within an oil or gas pipeline

Noun
  1. An omnivorous domesticated hoofed mammal with sparse bristly hair and a flat snout for rooting in the soil, kept for its meat

  2. A wild animal of this family

  3. A young pig; a piglet

  4. The flesh of a pig, esp. a young one, as food

  5. derogatory. A greedy, dirty, or unpleasant person
    • - how can she stay married to such a pig?
  6. derogatory. A police officer

  7. An oblong mass of iron or lead from a smelting furnace

  8. A device that fits snugly inside an oil or gas pipeline and is sent through it to clean or test the inside, or to act as a barrier


  1. hog: domestic swine
  2. live like a pig, in squalor
  3. devour: eat greedily; "he devoured three sandwiches"
  4. slob: a coarse obnoxious person
  5. farrow: give birth; "sows farrow"
  6. hog: a person regarded as greedy and pig-like
  7. Pigs are even-toed ungulates of the genus Sus, placed within the family Suidae. The name hog most commonly refers to the domestic pig (Sus domestica) in everyday parlance, but technically encompasses several distinct species, including the wild boar. ...
  8. The Politically Incorrect Guide is a book series by Regnery Publishing presenting politically incorrect beliefs on various topics. Each book is written by a different author and generally presents a conservative or libertarian viewpoint on the subject at hand. ...
  9. Spoons, also known as Pig and Tongue,Board Games About is a fast-paced game of matching and bluffing family of card games of the Crazy Eights group, closely related to CraitsJohn McLeod played with an ordinary pack of playing cards and several ordinary kitchen spoons or various other objects. ...
  10. Pig is a simple folk jeopardy dice game first described in print by John Scarne in 1945 (Scarne, John. 1945. Scarne on Dice. Harrisburg, PA: Military Service Publishing Co.). As with many games of folk origin, Pig is played with many rule variations. ...
  11. The domestic pig (also swine, in some areas hog) is a domesticated livestock animal, farmed for its meat, known as pork (bacon, ham, sausages, etc.).
  12. PIG is an electoral technique commonly employed in the United Kingdom, consisting of three steps: *Persuade -- in which the organisation concerned convinces the public to support them--usually a political party attempting to solicit votes. ...
  13. Any of several mammals of the genus Sus, having cloven hooves, bristles and a nose adapted for digging; especially the domesticated farm animal Sus scrofa; A young swine, a piglet; The edible meat of such an animal; pork; Someone who overeats or eats rapidly and noisily; A nasty or disgusting ...
  14. (Pigs) This term was widespread during the 19th century, disappeared for a while, but reappeared during the early 20th century, and was used during the 1960s in the underground hippy culture. Oz magazine showed a picture of a pig dressed as a policeman on a front cover. [1]
  15. (62. PIGS) derogatory slang to describe cops.
  16. (Pigs) A railroad term for trailers loaded on flatcars.
  17. (Pigs) Cops, policemen. I hate the word pigs, but what IS the psychological head set that allows human beings to be so damn cruel to other human beings? ...
  18. (Pigs) Derogatory term first heard from Billy P. in June 1986 to describe the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). See clear, white, slab, and sideways.
  19. (Pigs) Lead ingots or bars which were the end product of the smelting process.
  20. (Pigs) are animals in the Real World and Mushroom World that have often appeared throughout the Mario series, but unlike their Real World counterparts Pigs are often shown to be anthropomorphic or capable of speech.
  21. (Pigs) are commonly depicted as small, adorable pink animals, with a squiggly little corkscrew tail and a cheery disposition.
  22. (Pigs) are mammals, who are omnivores. They will eat almost anything but mainly grass, leaves, fruits etc. Oolong is an example of a pig. In the anime only, Jasmine and Oonaan are two other pigs who live in Octagon Village.
  23. (Pigs) are ungulates collectively grouped under the genus Sus within the Suidae family. They have been domesticated and raised as livestock by some peoples for meat (called pork) as well as for leather. Their bristly hairs are also traditionally used for brushes. ...
  24. PIGS refers to the following countries whose economies have being falling in recent years – Portugal Ireland Greece Spain
  25. Pigs are high-risk investors looking for the one big score in a short period of time. Pigs buy on hot tips and invest in companies without doing their due diligence. ...