Learn how to say Porter correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word porter:
1a person employed to carry luggage and other loads, especially in a railway station, airport, hotel, or market.
British a hospital employee who moves equipment or patients:
a hospital porter
a person employed to carry supplies on a mountaineering expedition.
North American a sleeping-car attendant.
2 [mass noun] dark brown bitter beer brewed from malt partly charred or browned by drying at a high temperature:
a nice pint of porter
the company produces a bottle-conditioned porter
[originally made as a drink for porters]
Middle English: from Old French porteour, from medieval Latin portator, from Latin portare ‘carry’