Green’s Dictionary of Slang

pork n.

1. in senses of flesh.

(a) [18C+] a generic term for a woman or women viewed as sex objects.

(b) [mid-19C; 1950s+] (also purple pork, spicy pork roll) the penis.

(c) [1920s+] (US tramp, also dead pork) a corpse.

(d) [1980s] the vagina.

(e) [1980s] (UK black) a white person.

2. in senses of monetary ‘fat’.

(a) [late 19C+] (US) federal funds obtained for particular areas or individuals on the basis of political patronage.

(b) [1970s] (US black) money.

3. [1970s] a fool.

4. [2000s] (orig. US) the police [play on pig n. (2a)].

5. see porky n.1 (2)

In compounds

pork barrel (n.)

[late 19C+] (US) a political ‘slush’ fund; also as v.; also as adj., corrupt.

pork chop... (n.)

see separate entries.

pork chopper (n.)

[1960s] (US) the penis.

pork grinder (n.)

[1930s] (US black) the penis.

pork leg (n.)

[1970s] (US) the penis.

pork puller (n.) [pull v. (7)]

[1970s] one who masturbates.

pork sword (n.)

[1950s+] the penis.

In phrases

bit of pork (n.)

[18C–1900s] the vagina.

dead pork (n.)

see sense 1c above.

have a bit of pork (v.)

[18C+] to have sexual intercourse.

pound one’s pork (v.) (also flog one’s pork) [1970s+]

1. to masturbate.

2. to have sexual intercourse (with).

pour the pork (v.)

[1950s+] (orig. US) to have sexual intercourse, hetero- or male homosexual.

purple pork (n.)

see sense 1b above.

spicy pork roll (n.)

see sense 1b above.

walk one’s pork (v.)

[1910s] (Aus.) to swagger.

SE in slang uses

In compounds

pork-and-beaner (n.)

see separate entries.

pork and beans

see separate entries.

porkhead (n.) [-head sfx (1)]

[1920s+] a stupid, thuggish person.

In phrases

pork chop at a Jewish wedding

see separate entry.