Definition of porray in US English:

porray

noun

historical
  • A soup or broth, usually made of leeks or peas and flavoured with a range of ingredients, such as almond milk and mussels.

Origin

Middle English. From Anglo-Norman poré, Anglo-Norman and Old French, Middle French porree, Old French, Middle French poree from post-classical Latin porrata, porata from classical Latin porrum leek + -āta.