pluralnoun [ also treated as sing. ]
a dish of coarsely ground corn kernels boiled with water or milk.
• coarsely ground corn kernels from which this dish is made.
ORIGIN Old English grytt, grytte ‘bran, mill dust,’ of Germanic origin: related to Dutch grutten,German Grütze, also to groats.
1 the flesh of a pig used as food, esp. when uncured.
2 short for pork barrel.
1 [ with obj. ] vulgar slang (of a man) have sexual intercourse with.
2 [ no obj. ] informal stuff oneself with food; overeat: I porked out on the roast pig.
ORIGIN Middle English: from Old French porc, from Latin porcus ‘pig.’