porky
I. adjective (porkier; -est) Date: 1852 resembling a pig ; fat II. noun (plural porkies) Date: 1900 porcupine

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  • Porky — may refer to:* Porky, the toddler character played by Eugene Lee in the 1930s comedy Our Gang ( The Little Rascals ) * Porky (novel), a 1983 novel by Deborah Moggach * Porky Pig, a character from Warner Bros. Looney Tunes * Porky s , a 1982… …   Wikipedia

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  • porky — ► ADJECTIVE (porkier, porkiest) 1) informal fleshy or fat. 2) of or resembling pork. ► NOUN (pl. porkies) (also porky pie) Brit. rhyming slang ▪ a lie …   English terms dictionary

  • porky — [pôr′kē] adj. porkier, porkiest 1. of or like pork 2. fat, as though overfed 3. Slang saucy, cocky, presumptuous, impertinent, or the like porkiness n …   English World dictionary

  • porky — I UK [ˈpɔː(r)kɪ] / US [ˈpɔrkɪ] adjective Word forms porky : adjective porky comparative porkier superlative porkiest informal fat II = porky pie porky UK [ˈpɔː(r)kɪ] / US [ˈpɔrkɪ] or porky pie UK / US noun [countable] Word forms porky : singular… …   English dictionary

  • porky — pork|y1 [ˈpo:ki US ˈpo:rki] adj informal [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: pork] fat often used humorously porky 2 porky2 also porky pie plural porkies n BrE informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Rhyming slang] a lie …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • porky — mod. fat; obese; pig like. □ You are beginning to look a little porky. □ See that porky man over there? …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • porky — porky1 porkiness, n. /pawr kee, pohr /, adj., porkier, porkiest. 1. of, pertaining to, or resembling pork. 2. fat: a porky child. [1850 55; PORK + Y1] porky2 /pawr kee, pohr /, n. pl. porkies …   Universalium

  • porky — n British a lie, an untruth. A piece of rhyming slang from London working class speech that surfaced suddenly in the playground and the media and became widely popular at the end of the 1970s. ► I think you ll be finding that William s been… …   Contemporary slang

  • porky — porky1 adjective (porkier, porkiest) 1》 informal fleshy or fat. 2》 of or resembling pork. noun (plural porkies) (also porky pie) Brit. rhyming slang a lie. porky2 noun (plural …   English new terms dictionary

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