Definition of porge in English:

porge

verb

Judaism
  • with object Chiefly in Jewish usage in the British Isles: to make (a slaughtered animal) ritually clean in accordance with Jewish religious laws by removing the sinews and veins.

Origin

Late 18th century. Immediate origin uncertain; ultimatelyfrom classical Latin purgāre to cleanse.

Pronunciation

porge

/pɔːdʒ/