pig

Synonyms and related words:
Angora goat, Arctic fox, Belgian hare, Caffre cat, Dogberry, Indian buffalo, John Law, Kodiak bear, Virginia deer, aardvark, aardwolf, alpaca, animal, anteater, antelope, antelope chipmunk, aoudad, apar, armadillo, ass, aurochs, bacon, badger, bandicoot, barrow, bassarisk, bat, bear, beast, beaver, belly-god, bettong, bicycle, bigot, bike, binturong, bison, black bear, black buck, black cat, black fox, black sheep, blue fox, bluecoat, boar, bobby, bobcat, brown bear, brush deer, brush wolf, buffalo, buffalo wolf, bull, bullion, burro, burro deer, butt, button, cachalot, camel, camelopard, capybara, carabao, caribou, carpincho, cast, casting, cat, cat-a-mountain, catamount, cattalo, cavy, chamois, chauvinist, cheetah, chevrotain, chinchilla, chipmunk, chitterlings, chopper, cinnamon bear, cochon de lait, coon, coon cat, cop, copper, cormorant, cotton mouse, cotton rat, cougar, cow, coyote, coypu, cracklings, cur, cycle, cyprian, deer, deer tiger, dick, dingo, doctrinaire, dog, dogmatist, donkey, dormouse, drab, dromedary, echidna, eland, elephant, elk, ermine, eyra, fallow deer, fanatic, fat back, ferret, field mouse, fisher, fitch, flatfoot, flattie, flitch, flying phalanger, foumart, fox, fox squirrel, frump, fuzz, gammon, gate, gazelle, gemsbok, gendarme, genet, gilt, giraffe, glutton, gnu, gnu goat, goat, goat antelope, gopher, gorger, gormand, gormandizer, gourmand, gourmandizer, greedy eater, greedygut, greedyguts, grizzly bear, ground squirrel, groundhog, guanaco, guinea pig, gumshoe, guttler, ham, ham steak, hamster, hare, harnessed antelope, hartebeest, haslet, headcheese, heat, hedgehog, hippopotamus, hog, horse, hound, husky eater, hussy, hyena, hyrax, ibex, illiberal, ingot, insect, intolerant, iron, jackal, jackass, jackrabbit, jade, jaguar, jaguarundi, jambon, jambonneau, jerboa, jerboa kangaroo, jezebel, jingo, kaama, kangaroo, kangaroo mouse, kangaroo rat, karakul, kinkajou, kit fox, koala, lapin, lard, lemming, leopard, leopard cat, lion, litterbug, llama, lynx, male chauvinist, mammoth, man, mara, marmot, marten, mastodon, meerkat, minibike, mink, mole, mongoose, mongrel, moose, motocycle, motorbike, motorcycle, mouflon, mountain goat, mountain lion, mountain sheep, mouse, mule, mule deer, muntjac, musk deer, musk hog, musk-ox, muskrat, musquash, nab, nilgai, nutria, ocelot, okapi, onager, oont, opossum, otter, ounce, ox, pack rat, paddy, painter, panda, pangolin, panther, peccary, pedicab, peeler, peludo, phalanger, picnic ham, pieds de cochon, piggy, piglet, pigling, pine mouse, platypus, pocket gopher, pocket mouse, pocket rat, polar bear, polar fox, polecat, porcupine, pork, porker, porkpie, possum, pouched rat, poyou, prairie dog, prairie wolf, pronghorn, puma, rabbit, raccoon, racist, rat, razorback, red deer, red squirrel, regulus, reindeer, reptile, rhinoceros, road-bike, roe, roe deer, roebuck, sable, salt pork, schlep, schlump, serpent, serval, sexist, shamus, sheep, sheet metal, shoat, shrew, shrew mole, side of bacon, sika, silver fox, skunk, slattern, slob, sloppy Joe, sloth, sloven, slut, small ham, snake, snowshoe rabbit, sow, sowbelly, springbok, squirrel, stoat, strumpet, suckling pig, superpatriot, suslik, swamp rabbit, swine, takin, tamandua, tamarin, tapir, tarpan, tatou, tatou peba, tatouay, the cops, the fuzz, the law, tiger, tiger cat, timber wolf, trail bike, tramp, tree shrew, trencherman, trencherwoman, tricycle, trike, trollop, trotters, trull, tusker, ultranationalist, urus, varmint, vermin, viper, vole, wallaby, warthog, water buffalo, waterbuck, weasel, wharf rat, wheel, whelp, whistler, white fox, wild ass, wild boar, wild goat, wild ox, wildcat, wildebeest, wolf, wolverine, wombat, wood rat, woodchuck, woolly mammoth, worm, yak, zebra, zebu, zoril

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • PIG — (Heb. חֲזִיר, ḥazir). Included in the Pentateuch among the unclean animals prohibited as food is the pig which, although cloven footed, is a nonruminant (Lev. 11:7; Deut. 16:8). It is the sole unclean animal mentioned as possessing these… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Pig — steht für: Parlamentsinformationsgesetz, Gesetze, die die Informationspflichten der Landesregierung gegenüber dem Landtag zum Gegenstand haben PIG Stadtmagazin, in Göppingen Pig (engl. Schwein) steht für: Blodwyn Pig, eine britische Rockgruppe… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • pig — [pig] n. pl. pigs or pig [ME pigge, orig., young pig (replacing OE swin) < OE * picga, as in picgbread, mast, pig s food] 1. any swine, esp. the unweaned young of the thick bodied domesticated species (Sus scrofa): see HOG (sense 1) 2. meat… …   English World dictionary

  • Pig — Pig, n. [Cf. D. big, bigge, LG. bigge, also Dan. pige girl, Sw. piga, Icel. p[=i]ka.] 1. The young of swine, male or female; also, any swine; a hog. Two pigges in a poke. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] 2. (Zo[ o]l.) Any wild species of the genus {Sus}… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • PIG — steht für: Parlamentsinformationsgesetz, Gesetze, die die Informationspflichten der Landesregierung gegenüber dem Landtag zum Gegenstand haben PIG Stadtmagazin, in Göppingen proximales (körpernahes) Interphalangealgelenk Pig (engl. Schwein) steht …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • pig — ► NOUN 1) a domesticated mammal with sparse bristly hair and a flat snout, kept for its meat. 2) a wild animal related to the domestic pig. 3) informal a greedy, dirty, or unpleasant person. 4) informal, derogatory a police officer. 5) an oblong… …   English terms dictionary

  • pig — (n.) probably from O.E. *picg, found in compounds, ultimate origin unknown. Originally young pig (the word for adults was swine). Another Old English word for pig was fearh, related to furh furrow, from PIE *perk dig, furrow (Cf. L. porc us pig,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • pig*/ — [pɪg] noun [C] I 1) an animal with no fur and a curly tail that is kept by farmers for its meat 2) an insulting word for someone who behaves in an unpleasant way or eats too much II verb pig [pɪg] pig out …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • pig|gy — «PIHG ee», noun, plural gies, adjective, gi|er, gi|est. –n. a little pig. –adj. like a pig; piggish: »Henry VIII…is even piggier (Punch) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Pig — Pig, n. A piggin. [Written also {pigg}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pig — Pig, v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. {Pigged}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Pigging}.] 1. To bring forth (pigs); to bring forth in the manner of pigs; to farrow. [1913 Webster] 2. To huddle or lie together like pigs, in one bed. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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