Definition of Porge

1. to cleanse by Jewish ritual [v PORGED, PORGING, PORGES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Porge

porcupines
pore
pore fungus
pore mushroom
pore over
pore space
pore spaces
poreblind
pored
porer
porers
pores
porewater
porewaters
porfimer sodium
porge (current term)
porged
porges
porgie
porgies
porging
porgy
porier
poriest
porifer
poriferal
poriferan
poriferans
poriferologist
poriferologists

Literary usage of Porge

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1. The Boy's Yearly Book by John Tillotson (1863)
"Toby porge found refuge m his stolidity. "When caught and captured, ... And Toby porge followed suit, of course. Then the bigger boys were sent to their ..."

2. Proceedings by International Geographical Union General Assembly, International Geographical Union, Cantors Assembly (U.S.) (1882)
"... e porge alcuni schiarimenti sui principi del metodo, pel quale è riuscito, conservando le aree, a mantenere inalterate le distanze in latitudine, ..."

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