v. to steal something, though not usually applicable to shoplifting or grand theft.
I turned around for five minutes and someone horked my pepsi from the fridge at work.
to quickly eat.
to vomit or belch in a manner like that of vomiting.
to steal or pilfer, usually pertaining to items of little value.
screw up, make dysfunctional
to sell (a bastardization of *hawk*)
do (can mean essentially anything)
i horked it down, then i horked it back up. then he horked my hork, and horked it to this guy who was totally horked up. then i horked my sister
1. To vomit.
2. The summoning of phlegm, in preparation for spitting.
"My cat horked a big hairball on the sofa"
"John horked up a loogie and spit it at Jessica."
To take, without asking, something that if you would have asked, the answer would have been yes.
Note: This is a slang expression popularized by Bob & Doug MacKenzie's Strange Brew Soundtrack album
Literal usage: "I horked a beer from your fridge."
Common usage: "Can I hork a pencil?"
Note: the common usage is ironic, because you are asking when the definition involves not asking.
To eat in a greedy and expedient manner. v.,adv.; hork, horked, horking
1)I horked all the cookies so I didn't have to share.
2)I've only got 5 minutes to hork down this sandwich before heading back to the condom factory.
to throw, screw up, break, yank, spit, spit on, or throw up on
I horked the thing too hard, and now it's horked. So I horked it against the wall and then horked on it.
Verb: to take something from someone,usually without physical force, but with a confidence bordering on arrogance.
(to hork, from the French horque)
My big brother horked my Redline and jumped it into a pond.