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spig·ot / ˈspigət/ • n. 1. a small peg or plug, esp. for insertion into the vent of a cask. 2. a faucet. ∎  a device for controlling the flow of liquid in a faucet. 3. the plain end of a section of a pipe fitting into the socket of the next one.

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spigot (spig-ŏt) n. a glass or plastic peg used to close the opening of a tube, used in nasogastric tubes and catheters.

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spigot

spigot XIV. of uncert. orig
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