Pigpen \Pig"pen`\ (p[i^]g"p[e^]n`), n. A pen, or sty, for pigs. [1913 Webster]

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  • Pigpen — a character in the US ↑cartoon strip called Peanuts, who always has a cloud of dirt all around him …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pigpen — [pig′pen΄] n. 1. a pen where pigs are kept 2. any place that is dirty, messy, untidy, etc …   English World dictionary

  • Pigpen — A pigpen is literally a pen that holds pigs, also known as a sty. Pigpen may refer to:* Pig Pen, a character in Charles M. Schulz s comic strip Peanuts * Pigpen (film), a film by Pier Paolo Pasolini * Pigpen cipher, a substitution cypher in which …   Wikipedia

  • Pigpen — Chiffre des Francs maçons Le chiffre des Francs maçons, encore appelé alphabet du parc à cochons ou Pigpen, est un chiffre de substitution associant à chaque lettre un symbole. Ce chiffre est facilement attaquable par analyse fréquentielle.… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Pigpen — Ron Pigpen McKernan (* 8. September 1945 in San Bruno, Kalifornien; gestorben an Magenblutungen; gefunden am 8. März 1973) war Keyboarder, Organist und Mundharmonikaspieler bei den Grateful Dead. McKernan gehörte zu den Gründungsmitgliedern der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • pigpen — UK [ˈpɪɡˌpen] / US noun [countable] Word forms pigpen : singular pigpen plural pigpens American a pigsty …   English dictionary

  • pigpen — /pig pen /, n. 1. a pen for keeping pigs. 2. a filthy or untidy place: This kitchen is a pigpen. [1795 1805; PIG1 + PEN2] * * * …   Universalium

  • pigpen — noun a) A pigsty; an enclosure where pigs are kept. This room is a pigpen. When are you going to clean it? b) Something extremely dirty or messy …   Wiktionary

  • pigpen — pig|pen [ˈpıgpen] n AmE 1.) a building where pigs are kept = ↑pigsty 2.) informal a very dirty or untidy place = ↑pigsty …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pigpen — [[t]pɪ̱gpen[/t]] pigpens also pig pen N COUNT A pigpen is an enclosed place where pigs are kept on a farm. [mainly AM] Syn: pigsty (in BRIT, use pigsty) …   English dictionary

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