1. [late 17C+] to live (with); often in phrs. below.
2. [late 17C+] to live in a slovenly manner; thus pig it
3. [20C+] to eat, esp. in a greedy fashion, to overeat.
4. [1950s] to provide with food.
[1980s] to eat hurriedly and greedily.
1. [late 17C+] to share a home, to live (with); usu. as pig in with.
2. [20C+] to gorge oneself; often as exhortation pig in!
1. [19C+] to live in squalor, albeit unworried by that squalor.
2. [1900s–30s] to renege.
3. [2000s] to prosper.
1. [mid-19C; 1930s] to die.
2. [mid-19C+] (also pig up) to overeat massively; ext. as pig out on (a food or drink).
3. [1970s+] (also pig up) to overindulge in anything.
4. [1990s+] to treat someone to a (large) meal.
[late 17C–mid-19C] to live together, often spec. to sleep together.