- The part of a pig were Spam comes from.
Hey, Bob! Throw all that spig in the bin. They need it 'cause they're makin' another batch of Spam.
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spig — spig; spig·net; spig·ot·ty; spig·ot; spig·got; spig·go·ty; spig·nut; … English syllables
spig — ˈspig noun ( s) Usage: sometimes capitalized Etymology: short for spigotty : spik usually taken to be offensive * * * spig var. spic n. and a … Useful english dictionary
spig|ot — «SPIHG uht», noun. 1. a valve for controlling the flow of water or other liquid, as from a pipe, tank, or barrel: »By opening the spigot in the barrel she let out all the wine. 2. U.S. a faucet. 3. a peg or plug used to stop the small hole of a… … Useful english dictionary
spig·ot — /ˈspıgət/ noun, pl ots [count] 1 : a device that controls the flow of liquid from a large container the spigot on a beer keg called also tap 2 US : ↑faucet; especially : an outdoor faucet … Useful english dictionary
spig-nail — … Useful english dictionary
spiggoty — spig·go·ty … English syllables
spigot — spig·ot … English syllables
spigotty — spig·ot·ty … English syllables
spigot — spig|ot [ˈspıgət] n [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: Probably from Latin spica part of a corn plant where the grain grows ] 1.) a ↑tap in a large container that controls the flow of liquid from it 2.) especially AmE an outdoor ↑tap … Dictionary of contemporary English
spigot — spig|ot [ spıgət ] noun count 1. ) AMERICAN a FAUCET on an OUTDOOR water pipe 2. ) MAINLY BRITISH a small FAUCET that controls the flow of liquid from a large container … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English