a for keeping .
a filthy or untidy place:
This kitchen is a pigpen.
noun (US & Canadian)
a pen for pigs; sty
a dirty or untidy place
(also pigsty) Any filthy, littered place: His room’s a pigpen (1872+; 1820+ pigsty)
[pigz] /pɪgz/ noun 1. Bay of. . [pig] /pɪg/ noun 1. a young swine of either sex, especially a domestic hog, Sus scrofa, weighing less than 120 pounds (220 kg) 2. any wild or domestic swine. 3. the flesh of swine; pork. 4. Informal. a person of piggish character, behavior, or habits, as one who […]
plural noun, singular pig in a blanket. 1. frankfurters or small sausages wrapped in dough and baked or broiled. 2. oysters, chicken livers, etc., wrapped in bacon, skewered, and broiled or sautéed.
[pig-skin] /ˈpɪgˌskɪn/ noun 1. the of a . 2. leather made from it. 3. Informal. a saddle. 4. Informal. a football. /ˈpɪɡˌskɪn/ noun 1. the skin of the domestic pig 2. leather made of this skin 3. (US & Canadian, informal) a football adjective 4. made of pigskin n. “saddle leather,” 1855, from pig (n.) […]
[pigz-nee] /ˈpɪgz ni/ noun, Obsolete. 1. a darling. 2. an eye. n. (obsolete), late 14c., endearing form of address to a girl or woman, apparently from Middle English pigges eye, literally “pig’s eye,” with excrescent -n- from min eye, an eye, etc. See OED for explanation of why this might have been felt as a […]