- a mass of metal,—so called from its being poured in a fluid state from a SOW, which _see_.—_Workman’s term._
- a policeman; an informer. The word is now almost exclusively applied by London thieves to a plain-clothes man, or a “nose.”
- a pressman in a printing office. _See_ DONKEY.
- or SOW’S BABY, a sixpence.
- to live in a crowded, filthy manner. The lower orders of Irish are said to PIG together. A suggestive, if not elegant, expression.
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