[pig-ish] /ˈpɪg ɪʃ/
resembling a , especially in being slovenly, greedy, or gluttonous:
piggish table manners.
(of food portions) indecently large.
like a pig, esp in appetite or manners
(informal, mainly Brit) obstinate or mean
1792, from pig (n.) + -ish. Until 20c. usually “stubborn, selfish; unclean, coarse;” association with greedy eating is more recent. Related: Piggishly; piggishness.
/ˈpɪɡət/ noun 1. Lester (Keith). born 1935, English flat-racing jockey: won 30 English classic races, including the Derby nine times; champion jockey eleven times, his first in 1960 and his last in 1982
[pig-ee] /ˈpɪg i/ noun, plural piggies. 1. a small or young . adjective, piggier, piggiest. 2. Informal. . 3. (of a sow) in an advanced state of pregnancy. /ˈpɪɡɪ/ noun (pl) -gies 1. a child’s word for a pig, esp a piglet 2. piggy in the middle 3. a child’s word for toe or, sometimes, […]
[pig-ee-bak] /ˈpɪg iˌbæk/ adverb 1. on the back or shoulders: The little girl rode piggyback on her father. adjective 2. astride the back or shoulders: a piggyback ride. 3. sharing commercial time, space, etc.: piggyback advertising. 4. carryable or attachable: a piggyback turbine unit. 5. added or tacked on; supplementary: a piggyback clause. 6. noting […]
noun, Railroads. 1. a flatcar designed to accommodate containers or highway truck trailers.