porker
noun Date: 1657 1. hog; especially a young pig fattened for table use as fresh pork 2. one resembling a fattened pig ; fatty

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  • Porker — Pork er, n. A hog. Pope. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • porker — ► NOUN 1) a young pig raised and fattened for food. 2) informal, derogatory a fat person …   English terms dictionary

  • porker — [pôr′kər] n. a hog, esp. a young one, fattened for use as food …   English World dictionary

  • porker — UK [ˈpɔː(r)kə(r)] / US [ˈpɔrkər] noun [countable] Word forms porker : singular porker plural porkers 1) a young pig that has been made fat so that it can be eaten as pork 2) informal an insulting word for someone who is fat …   English dictionary

  • porker — n. a fat person. □ Sally is not exactly a porker, but she is not skinny either. □ I was a porker until I started exercising …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • Porker — Recorded in the spellings of Porch, Porcher and Portch, this is an English surname. It usually derives from the Middle English word porche , itself of Germanic origins, and in former times described a covered area at the entrance to a manor house …   Surnames reference

  • porker — /pawr keuhr, pohr /, n. a pig, esp. one being fattened for its meat. [1635 45; PORK + ER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • porker — noun a) A pig, especially a castrated male, being fattened and raised for slaughter(1). b) An obese person …   Wiktionary

  • Porker — pig …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • porker — Australian Slang pig …   English dialects glossary

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