Definition of Porter, Cole in English:

Porter, Cole

proper noun

  • (1892–1964), US songwriter. He made his name with a series of Broadway musicals that included "Anything Goes" (1934) and "Kiss Me, Kate" (1948). He also wrote songs for movies, such as "High Society" (1956). Notable songs: "“Let's Do It,”""“Night and Day,”" and "“Begin the Beguine.”"

Pronunciation:

Porter, Cole

/ˈpôrtər/