Big Big, Bigg Bigg, v. t. [OE. biggen, fr. Icel. byggja to inhabit, to build, b?a (neut.) to dwell (active) to make ready. See {Boor}, and {Bound}.] To build. [Scot. & North of Eng. Dial.] --Sir W. Scott. [1913 Webster] ||

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  • bigg — I. ˈbig variant of big V II. noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English byge, from Old Norse bygg barley; akin to Old English bēow barley and perhaps to Greek phyein to bring forth more at be …   Useful english dictionary

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