piggin

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A small pail, can or ladle with the handle on the side; a lading-can. In the colonial era, some buckets were made like a small barrel, but with one stave left extra long. This stave would be carved into a handle so the bucket could be used as an oversized scoop. It was used on farms for scattering grain for the chickens, slopping the hogs, as a one-handed milk bucket, and as a grain scoop

At length a little negro girl appeared, walking straight as an arrow, with a piggin full of water on her head.

{n} a wooden vessel, a dipper
{i} small bucket or bowl created with staves and hoops
A small wooden pail or tub with an upright stave for a handle, often used as a dipper
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    Etymologie

    () Origin obscure (possibly Celtic) but dates back at least to the 14th century.

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