Hory (pronounced like whorey) means very rugged or ruthless, and often very Maori, and sometimes very Polynesian (not in a good way). This has a similar meaning to feral, mongrel and perhaps hillbilly. It is mostly used in New Zealand and Australia (as there are many hories there). This word may have Maori (native NZer) roots.

See also: unlightening | Understand | Basura | Special Snowflake Syndrome | Krang

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