Definition of pig-stick in US English:

pig-stick

noun

rare
  • An instance of pig-sticking; a wild-boar hunt.

verb

  • with object In extended use: to stab (a person, etc.) as if butchering a pig; to wound mortally.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in The Westminster Gazette. From pig-stick<br>late 19th century (in an earlier sense). From pig + stick, after pigsticker, pig-sticking.

Pronunciation

pig-stick

/ˈpɪɡstɪk/