Meaning of gore
- blood that is shed, esp. when clotted.
- murder, bloodshed, violence, etc.: That horror movie had too much gore.
— gored, gor•ing.
- to pierce with or as if with a horn or tusk.
— n., v., gored, gor•ing.
- a triangular piece of material inserted in a garment, sail, etc., to give it greater width or a desired shape. Cf.(def. 1),(def. 1).
- one of the panels, usually tapering or shaped, making up a garment, as a skirt.
- a triangular tract of land, esp. one lying between larger divisions.
- to make or furnish with a gore or gores.
- (Al), born 1948, vice president of the U.S. since 1993.
Pronunciation: (gôr'ā, gōr'ā), [key]
- a city in W Ethiopia. 8381.
- gore (Thesaurus)