From the Latvian: "lure of the animal". An irresistable male sexual spell that attracts women like you wouldn't believe.
The priest told Kramer to bathe in vinegar and wear garlic cloves to cure his kevorka.
by Jenesis September 9, 2004
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An undefinable, nebulous aura of irresistable sexual attraction that may affect either sex, and which seems to beyond the control of the one posessing it.
She turned to say good-night, and I leaned over to give her a chaste, friendly kiss on the cheek. Next thing I knew, we were kissing passionately, deeply, and my hands were wandering over her voluptuous body. I had succumbed to the power of her kevorka.
by Mycopheles August 4, 2005
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The Kevorka, or "lure of the animal", was an attribute which rendered one irresistable to women according to Baltic mythology, probably originating in Latvia. Its eastern variant, the Kevorka Polonaise (literally, "Polish Kevorka") is much the same as its Baltic neighbor; however, it is reputedly accompanied by the scent of saddle-leather and borscht.

Lovers of freedom and open lands upon which to graze, those afflicted with the Kevorka Polonaise are also historically known as great lovers. However, their powers are almost exclusively limited to smuglianki.

See also: Saucisson Polonaise, smuglianki.
"Wow, that guy's Kevorka Polonaise is off the charts."

"Yeah... hey, are we near a farm?"
by Casper McFriendly September 26, 2006
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