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pigeon-hearted lacking boldness or courage; shy or meek.
pigeonhole a small, recessed area in which a pigeon builds its nest. [5 definitions]
pigeon pea a kind of tropical pea plant that bears vivid yellow flowers. [2 definitions]
pigeon-toed having toes or feet pointing inward instead of straight ahead.
piggish greedy, sloppy, dirty, or boorish.
piggy a young or small pig. [2 definitions]
piggyback upon the shoulders or back. [2 definitions]
piggy bank a small bank, esp. one in the shape of a pig, in which coins are deposited through a slot and saved.
pigheaded obstinate; stubborn.
pig iron iron from a blast furnace that has been cast into blocks. [2 definitions]
piglet a young pig.
pigment anything that is used to or serves to provide color. [4 definitions]
pigmentation the colored condition resulting from the use or presence of a pigment. [2 definitions]
Pigmy variant of Pygmy.
pignolia the edible seed of any of several nut-bearing pine trees.
pignut any of several nut-bearing hickory trees of the eastern United States. [2 definitions]
pig-out (slang) the act or an instance of overeating.
pigpen a yard or cage in which pigs are kept. [2 definitions]
pigskin a pig's hide, esp. when tanned. [2 definitions]
pigsticking the hunting of wild boars, esp. the spearing of them from horseback.
pigsty a yard or cage in which pigs are kept; pigpen. [2 definitions]