Irish. Can be used in both friendly and derogatory contexts
1. Crafty rogue - lad about town. Ususally up to some divilment or on the take some how.
1. He's a cute hoor! - Isn't he awfully crafty? But he gets away with it cos he's a cute hoor.
2. Look at that young one
dressed up like a hoor! And her not even 13 years old!
Generally used to describe skanky, scandelous sluts, who love cock, coke, and your money.
Me and my buddys went to the club to drink jagerbombs, hustle the pool table and pick up some hoors.
A loveable rogue from the Cavan area of Ireland. Often preceeded with the adjective 'cute', meaning crafty.
He's a right ould cute hoor that McCaigue the way he'd be making sure to count every penny.
A term to show interest and surprise, usually from a top down haughty or intelectual approach. (Watch Japanese Anime Bleach, from Captain Mayuri and Urahara Kisuke to listen to the pronunciation of the word)
John: Hey James, you know what? I am a Ninja who can summon anything I want!
James: "Hoor....so desune"
(pronounce with elongation of the "oo")
females of the human species; women; girls
Have you met the hoors that live downstairs?
I met a really cool hoor last night.
I'm going to go hang out with some hoors.
A mildly abusive, and sometimes affectionate, term for for someone who is regarded as eccentric or mean. Of Irish origin, 'hoor' can still be heard in Irish-descendant communities in western Victoria, Australia (particularly Koroit). The term has also been heard being used by a New Zealander of Irish ancestry.
he's a hard doer for a young hoor