verb (used without object)
to make the characteristic sound of a pig; grunt.
the squealing or grunting sound made by a pig.
an imitation or representation of the grunt of a pig
“to make a noise like a pig,” 1965, of imitative origin.
Something noted, esp a sexual relationship; an ITEM: Hey, we’re a number. We have a non-casual relationship now (1980s+)
- Oinker scale
noun phrase [1990s+; related to male chauvinist pig]
- Oinking porker
noun phrase A male chauvinist pig: And the men who ran the AVP were even worse oinking porkers determined to annihilate the WPVA, marginalize the women’s game, and monopolize pro beach volleyball (1990s+)
- Oink out
verb phrase to overeat; pig out Examples I oinked out on Sugar Wafers. Usage Note slang verb phrase To overeat; pig out: oinking out on Peeps
[oi-nok-oh-ee] /ɔɪˈnɒk oʊˌi/ noun, plural oinochoes, oinochoai [oi-nok-oh-ahy] /ɔɪˈnɒk oʊˌaɪ/ (Show IPA). Greek and Roman Antiquity. 1. a wine pitcher or jug, characterized by a curved handle extending from the lip to the shoulder, and a round or trefoil mouth.