Every bowl, tray, warming-pan, and piggin has gone to the mines.
I told him the dingey was nearly swamped, and he reached me a piggin.
When she reached Lonesome Cove she found the piggin where she had hid it, and milked the cow in haste.
As she came up the slope with the piggin on her head, her husband was looking down from the porch with a lowering brow.
At length a little negro girl appeared, walking straight as an arrow, with a piggin full of water on her head.
One of the Shaker women had sent a loaf of bread and a piggin half full of Shaker apple sauce to us.
"A say if ever a piggin was in sore need o' a new link, 'tis that one," saith she.
After churning, butter should be taken up in what is called "a piggin," first scalded and then filled with cold water.
She held the piggin with one arm encircled about it, and with the other hand she clutched the plaid shawl around her throat.
He brought them water to the fence in a piggin, and with a wavering hand served it out in a gourd.