Definition of lor in English:

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lor

Pronunciation: /lɔː/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

exclamation

British informal
Used to indicate surprise or dismay: Lor, look at that! Isn’t it horrible?
More example sentences
  • He thinks he is damn good but he doesn't know anything lor!
  • She gave me a sneer, and sniggered, ‘Ha, then you go back and queue lor.’
  • Some people will be thinking now, ‘Wah lau, please lor, you want a guy who is cute, smart, and funny.’

Origin

Mid 19th century: abbreviation of lord.

Words that rhyme with lor

abhor, adore, afore, anymore, ashore, awe, bandore, Bangalore, before, boar, Boer, bore, caw, chore, claw, cocksure, comprador, cor, core, corps, craw, Delors, deplore, door, draw, drawer, evermore, explore, flaw, floor, for, forbore, fore, foresaw, forevermore, forswore, four, fourscore, furthermore, Gábor, galore, gnaw, gore, grantor, guarantor, guffaw, hard-core, Haugh, haw, hoar, ignore, implore, Indore, interwar, jaw, Johor, Lahore, law, lessor, lore, macaw, man-o'-war, maw, mirador, mor, more, mortgagor, Mysore, nevermore, nor, oar, obligor, offshore, onshore, open-jaw, or, ore, outdoor, outwore, paw, poor, pore, pour, rapport, raw, roar, saw, scaur, score, senhor, señor, shaw, ship-to-shore, shop-floor, shore, signor, Singapore, snore, soar, softcore, sore, spore, store, straw, swore, Tagore, tau, taw, thaw, Thor, threescore, tor, tore, torr, trapdoor, tug-of-war, two-by-four, underfloor, underscore, war, warrantor, Waugh, whore, withdraw, wore, yaw, yore, your

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