porcine

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From Middle French porcin, from Old French, from Latin porcinus, from porcus (pig).

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porcine (comparative more porcine, superlative most porcine)

  1. Of, or pertaining to, the pig.
  2. Overweight to the extent of resembling a pig; morbidly obese.

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French[edit]

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porcine

  1. feminine form of porcin

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Italian[edit]

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porcine f

  1. plural form of porcino

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Latin[edit]

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porcīne

  1. vocative masculine singular of porcīnus