(among the Maori and Polynesian peoples) human flesh as food for cannibals.
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How to use long pig in a sentence
For answer he twisted his long pig-tail around his neck, tying it under his left ear in a significant manner.
Then Polly—for it was she—hanging to the long pig-tail of Wan Lee, was drawn with fits of laughter back in safety to the slide.The Queen of the Pirate Isle | Bret Harte
He has a long pig-tail and a black velvet cap with a puce knob.
He was hungry for meat, for long pig, and when he saw some one he fancied, he threw his spear or struck them down with the u'u.White Shadows in the South Seas | Frederick O'Brien
In the days gone by, the natives used to call the feast of human flesh the long-pig feast.Through the South Seas with Jack London | Martin Johnson
British Dictionary definitions for long pig
obsolete human flesh eaten by cannibals
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