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Definitions of pig:

part of speech: noun

Piggishness.

part of speech: verb

To farrow or bring forth pigs; to herd or live together like pigs.

part of speech: noun

A young swine: an oblong mass of unforged metal, as first extracted from the ore, so called because it is made to flow when melted in channels called pigs, branching from a main channel called the sow.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To bring forth pigs: to live together like pigs:- pr. p. pigging; pa. t. and pa. p. pigged.

part of speech: noun

A domestic animal of the hog kind, fattened for its meat; a swine, especially a young one; colloquially, a greedy or selfish person; an oblong mass of unforged metal, as of iron, formed by running into molds when melted.

part of speech: noun

The young of the sow kind; a name applied generally to swine; one of the oblong masses of cast- iron as first extracted from the ore, and run from the smelting- furnace into rough moulds made amongst a bed of sandthe larger oblong masses being called sows.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To bring forth swine.

part of speech: adjective

Piggish.

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