There are 2 definitions of porky in English:

porky1

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Pronunciation: /ˈpɔːki
 
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adjective (porkier, porkiest)

1 informal (Of a person or part of their body) fleshy or fat: he bent his squat, porky frame over the rail of the bed
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  • Opposite me, a porky man devoured his three double cheeseburgers in a panic.
  • He must have thought that the music teacher was porky himself to have made the association in the first place.
  • The health warnings before you start each tape indicate real fears of porky viewers overdoing it.
2Of or resembling pork: meaty rashers with a mild porky aroma

noun (plural porkies)

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(also porky-pie) British rhyming slang A lie: you’ve been telling porkies
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  • Slowly but surely it becomes easier and infinitely more desirable to tell and to live the truth than to indulge in porky-pies.
  • Women, its findings suggest, are likely to be more prolific in the sexual porky-pie stakes than men.
  • Solution: get them to study literature so that they appreciate what fiction is actually about: telling the truth by telling porkies.

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There are 2 definitions of porky in English:

porky2

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Pronunciation: /ˈpɔːki
 
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noun (plural porkies)

US informal
A porcupine.

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Word of the day premonition
Pronunciation: ˌprɛməˈnɪʃ(ə)n
noun
a strong feeling that something will happen …