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pigg

Pig \Pig\, n. A piggin. [Written also pigg.]

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pigg

n. A piggin.

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Pigg
For the mammal in the family of even-toed ungulates see Pig

Pigg may refer to:

  • Alexandra Pigg (born 1962), British actress who first came to prominence as Petra Taylor in the TV soap opera Brookside
  • Billy Pigg (1902–1968), English player of Northumbrian smallpipes
  • Charles Pigg (1856–1929), English cricketer, golfer and tutor
  • Herbert Pigg (1856–1913), English cricketer
  • Landon Pigg (born 1983), singer-songwriter and actor from Nashville, Tennessee

Usage examples of "pigg".

By this time three of the ponies, Blossom, James Pigg, and Blucher, were so weak that Scott decided to send E.

The remaining one of the three, James Pigg, had managed not only to survive but actually to thrive, and, severe as the loss of the two ponies was, some small consolation could be gained from the fact that they were the oldest of the team, and the two which Oates considered to be the least useful.

Evans, Atkinson and Forde with second sledge and tent, and Keohane leading James Pigg, started their march.

Evans and Lashly, went ahead with their gear on the 10-foot sledge, then came Wright with Chinaman and Keohane with James Pigg, the rest following close behind them.

Jesse Pigg, the fabulous jug-artist from Alabama, had got to the White House first, entertaining and delighting the dozen and one members of the Thibodeaux family gathered there with his version of 'Derby Ram' and 'John Henry' and the like.

Jesse Pigg, the fabulous jug-artist from Alabama, had gotten to the White House first, entertaining and delighting the dozen and one members of the Thibodeaux family gathered there with his version of "Derby Ram" and "John Henry" and the like.

Jesse Pigg, the fabulous jug-artist from Alabama, had got to the White House first, entertaining and delighting the dozen and one members of the Thibodeaux family gathered there with his version of ‘Derby Ram’ and ‘John Henry’ and the like.