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1.
–verb
To be Porter'ed

Having the night of your life with someone that you have feelings for but who makes it abundantly clear that nothing will ever happen.
Why is she crying in her dorm room?

She just got Porter'ed
by Jimbo Jacoby February 04, 2010
 
2.
Guy with a huge crank who knows how to bruise up a cervix. Girls typically get addicted to said crank more violently than CRACK.
Girl #1. Why are you limping?
Girl #2. My vagina feels like I fell asleep on the railroad tracks spread eagle!
Girl #1. Sounds like you got Porter-ed! Lucky! lol!
Girl #2. How did you know????? lol!
Girl #1. Cause my ass feels like I was sitting on the space shuttle when it launched! lol!
Girl #2. We're dumb sluts! lol!
Girl #1. I know right! Let's get drunk and call him!
by Hugh Jesty Rection January 28, 2011
 
3.
A helpful, generous, all around nice person (generous, helpful coming from a porter - helper in a hotel)

a great friend and the person to hang with
wow I wish i was good friends with that Porter!

He is such a Porter! I should spend more time with him.
by modiee November 18, 2011
 
4.
a sexy, smart, nice person, who is a non stop party goer, who has many friends, who laughs a lot, is always happy, and makes a lot of jokes.
That girl is smart and sexy she must be a Porter.
by Zulily April 25, 2013
 
5.
Porter, v.

The act of vomiting after a night of excessive drinking. Coined in Liverpool, UK.
Joey: So how was Javier's party last night?
Greg: Good, except that one Asian porter'd all over the place.
Philip: I think that I'm going to porter tonight.

Simone: This one time when I got so drunk, I portered all over the place and got engaged to some guy I was drinking with.
by Erasmus Boyband September 10, 2011
 
6.
A traditional dark beer style originating from London.Its popularity amongst dock porters is believed to have led its name.The now much more widely known stout is a type of porter.
pint of porter please landlord
by toymi69 May 29, 2008
 
7.
A very dark beer, almost as dark and rich as stout. Called so because it was given to porters for the large amount of nutrients it contained. It allowed them to not have to stop to eat
Yuengling makes good porter
by O'Flionn February 03, 2007