pigsney

(redirected from pigsny)

pigs·ney

 (pĭgz′nē)
n. pl. pigs·neys Obsolete
1. A darling.
2. An eye.

[Middle English piggesnye : pigges, genitive of pigge, pig; see pig + nye (from an eye, an eye; see eye).]
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pigsney

(ˈpɪɡznɪ) or

pigsny

n
archaic a term of affection for a girl or sweetheart
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