Subscribe English
look up any word, like bae:
 
18.
Adj. Used to describe an extremely attractive woman between the ages of 18 and 30. Usually used by guys to inform other guy friends of one of these beautiful women.
Dude check that out....PORK ON THE LEFT!!!
by Corey Salyer September 10, 2007
13 43
 
1.
To engage in sexual intercourse.
So we went back to my place to pork.
by We Are Magnus the Ample April 24, 2007
808 208
 
2.
1: Personally motivated spending of government funds by politicians. Spending the wealth of the people but not in the interests of the people.

2: Meat taken from swine.

3: Vulgar slang for sexual intercourse
1: Damn, congress just "Okayed" a bill to put a liquid gold fountain in front of the white house. Talk about pork!

2: I went over to Johnnys house for some free breakfast but all he had was bacon and sausage. Too bad I don't eat pork.

3: Yeehaw, after about 12 Bud Lights I got tired of watching nascar and decided to pork my old lady.
by Varris June 07, 2007
385 112
 
3.
The OTHER four-letter word.
Last night was so blazingly hot, a total pork-fest. We screwed for hours like rabid badgers.
by flyingdog March 18, 2008
369 112
 
4.
1. v. To engage in sexual intercourse in a careless (or sloppy) manner.

2. v. To engage in sexual intercourse viloently with the intention of transforming one's partner's genitals into meat.
1. Jeff porked Carole in the urinals cuz he had to vomit and then feel asleep before finishing.

2. I porked her senseless.
by Fraggle Max August 27, 2007
162 105
 
5.
My favorite noun and verb.
I love a good pork sandwich!

I love a good PORK! sandwich!
by drogich April 11, 2009
134 95
 
6.
/to pork/ v. to have sexual intercourse with someone.

2. porking/ present tense

3. porked/ past tense
My friend and I were watching a movie, and from the beginning, we could tell the two main characters were going to pork.
by MissMoreAwesome June 29, 2010
48 26
 
7.
The word "pork" (ta choiridia, literally, 'piglets') suggests for the female genitalia, dating back to early Ancient Greek comedy around 380 BC.
"Or is your preference pork, let my daughter persuade you."

- Line 574 of the play "The Wasps" 422 BC written by playwright Aristophanes. Line taken from "Frogs and Other Plays" by Aristophanes, translated by David Barrett ©1964
by Aristophanes the playwright May 12, 2011
33 15