Etymology
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porker (n.)

1650s, "young hog fattened for food," from pork (n.). Meaning "fat person" is by 1892. Middle English had porknel "fat person" (c. 1400).

updated on September 04, 2020

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Definitions of porker from WordNet

porker (n.)
a pig fattened to provide meat;
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