The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sty \Sty\, n.; pl. Sties. [Written also stigh.] [AS. stigu, fr. st[=i]gan to rise; originally, probably, a place into which animals climbed or went up. [root]164. See Sty, v. i., and cf. Steward.]
A pen or inclosure for swine.
A place of bestial debauchery.
To roll with pleasure in a sensual sty.
Usage examples of "stigh".
When he stepped in there, he found the fugitive surrounded by the officer of the day and some officers of the Military Police, including General Mack Stigh, Military Police Unit Commandant.
General Stigh came into the room, his mouth open as if about to say something to Whin.