Old English form of 'to horde' meaning to band together.

"I am hordeing all the weed, covers, websites, talent.." means:

I am keeping it in the family. My family.

Technically, horders or people that horde, have to be in a group, since the word comes from a general term for rabble or band who held onto their conquests.

But perjoratively and , it means the motherfucker is looking at you in the eye and ripping you off.
Ken Firpo hordes all the real estate in Williamsburg

that bastard is hordeing the weed again

baby, you were hordeing the covers last night.

that dude hordes all the websites in town

by Will Kelley October 19, 2007

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