These creatures or Orc's usually lurk around the West End of Glasgow near a place called Mordor or Ibrox as some of these creatures call it. These hoards support a team called Rankers who play anti football and their leader is called "Waltorc the Negative". These creatures usually wreck and ruin every where they go leaving a trail of destruction like a tornado has come through the place. No Man, Woman or Child are safe as all are targets for the rampaging mob.

Please if you come in contact with one of these creatures please do not tease them or mention words like "Quad", "Minty's Super Dome" or "Kenny Miller" as this will be sure to rage the beasts and result in your untimely end...
Manchester 2008 "UEFA Cup Final" Orc's Wreck Manchester
by Surferbhoy June 13, 2008
1. Possibly the most pwnsauce race in World of Warcraft.

2. Slang for greatness.
1. "There's nothing more Horde than being an orc warlock."

2. "What an orc thing to do."
by Josie Sphincter July 11, 2008
someone uncivilised or genrally annoying, usually atributed to londoners
Don't go to london, that city is full of orcs
by Metal Master January 03, 2016
Orcs are a fictional race seen in many modern fantasy mediums (such as books and games), made of large, savage, and sometimes irredeemably evil humanoids. Created by J.R.R Tolkien, and their name was intended to be based on Old English words for "demon" or "ogre."

In Tolkien's works, smaller Orcs are sometimes referred to specifically as "Goblins," so in this sense one may consider an Orc to be a larger and more brutish type of Goblin, however outside of Tolkien's works this is rarely true, and Orcs are often made out to be a distinct race from Goblins, although in the Warhammer setting Orcs and Goblins are related races, part of a larger family of races known as "Greenskins."

Orcs are almost always savage and/or warlike, and are usually made out to be evil, unintelligent and pitiful monsters, and are often a creature simply used for "slaying fodder" for quests. However in the Warhammer settings Orcs or "Orks" are playable armies, and there is a sense of whimsy and glorified stupidity about them.

The Warcraft setting they are also playable; and their bloodlust and depravity came from being controlled by a demon curse which they have freed themselves from, and now have a sense of honour. In some other settings they are also from time-to-time given this "noble savage" image.
"The orcs are coming!"

"Well don't just stand there, slay them all!"
by DanCornelius September 22, 2011
The next level of trolling.
Someone who trolls on the internet literally all the time.
"That orc is spewing hate comments on these vids 24/7!"
by Teh Goods November 26, 2009
1. A caricature of the Incredible Hulk with an over-large head, giant-sized tusks and muscled limbs so disproportionately thick he can't move them. He usually carries an obscenely large axe, and sometimes wears a silly horned Brunhilda helmet for good measure. His jaws are always agape in a permanent moronic grimace so we can see his yellowed tusks, but how he manages to close his mouth remains a mystery.

2. In the 1st and 2nd edition D&D game, a race of warlike humanoids with porcine snouts who are closely related to humans and can interbreed with them.

3. In J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-Earth, a race of creatures that were once elves, but have been corrupted by the dark powers of Morgoth and serve Sauron and Sauroman during the war of the ring. They were, in a sense, Tolkien's critique of industrial warfare. Also known as "goblins".

I play as an orc so I can take advantage of starting off with a 20 Strength as a 1st level barbarian with my Hackmaster +12.
by Killing Kittens July 17, 2006
A Kobaloid creature possessing great strength. Orcs usually come out at night but are not fully nocturnal. They are the second most intelligent (to Goblins) and second strongest (to trolls) Kobaloids. In general they are a society of barbaric, sociopathic warriors, but some will resort to more peaceful methods. If it suits their interests, of course. Since they are, of course, not real, use this term to refer to a stupid and brutish individual.
Tom Buchanan is such an Orc.
by Melanie October 10, 2003
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