Definition of porket in US English:

porket

(also pokit)

noun

  • A small or young pig. Also "porket pig". Now chiefly English regional (midlands) and US.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in John Bradford (c1510–1555), evangelical preacher and martyr. Probably from pork + -et, after Anglo-Norman and Middle French porchet small pig, piglet (1258 in Old French; 1611 in French as † porquet or post-classical Latin porchetum, porchettus.

Pronunciation

porket

/ˈpɔːkɪt/