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15.
A person who is both a berk and a dork
Person A: I can't come to your party tonight because I need to beat my own score at solitaire on my laptop.

Person B: You bork.
by Sophizzle1 March 03, 2014
 
16.
The act of lifting chairs from the ground and putting them in the cubby under the desk, usually to assist the job of the cleaning lady or to annoy a particular teacher
Joey was being really annoying, so I borked him.
Borking all the chairs in the classroom is the best way of finding something that fell on the floor
by An_Anonymous_Borker May 22, 2013
 
17.
1. Bork means to combine meat (in this case, beef and pork).
See spam.

2. It can also replace any verb in most cases.

3. Can sometimes be used as an adjective when -y is added on to the end.

The word was believed to be created after a mispronouncing of the word bjork.
1. Dude, this bork is delicious!

2. I borked my girl so hard last night.

3. Sure is borky around here.
by Thoumad? March 15, 2011
 
18.
An amalgamation of beef and pork, found readily available in Japan, sold as ground meat or niku.
All the ground beef prices were sky-high at Fressay today, so I decided to make my chili with bork, instead.
by Nerdlass June 12, 2010
 
19.
Showing up to a friend's house unexpectingly, unannounced or uninvited.
He isn't picking up his phone, I am only a few blocks away, so I am just going to bork him.
by David Ambient May 25, 2012
 
20.
To block someone's Supreme Court nomination through a systematic approach of belligerent questioning, hyperbolic statements, and character assassination.
"Clarence Thomas doesn't have a chance: we're gonna bork the crap out of him."
by DES1989 July 20, 2009
 
21.
to drink an excessive amount of alcohol and to end up throwing up and hugging the toilet all night
Matt Lee was so red in the face that I knew immediatley it was a bork night for him.
by Brad Goonisenburg July 24, 2009