Gore may refer to:



Used as a verb

The act of impalement on an animal horn, especially as in bull fighting.


Triangular segments

  • Gore (segment), a triangular piece of cloth or metal used in three-dimensional fabrication
  • Gore (road), a narrow, triangular area of land often found at road merges and diverges



  • Al Gore, environmental activist and US politician (45th Vice President of the United States, Tennessee senator)
  • Albert Gore, Sr., United States Senator from Tennessee; father of Al Gore
  • Bill Gore, founder of W. L. Gore and Associates, makers of Gore-Tex
  • Catherine Gore, a British novelist
  • Charles Gore, an English divine and Anglican bishop who founded the Community of the Resurrection
  • Charles Gore (artist), landscape artist, Grand Tour traveler
  • Francis Gore (1769–1852), a British officer and colonial administrator
  • Frank Gore, American football player
  • Ian Gore, English footballer
  • Jack Gore, Wales international rugby player
  • James Howard Gore, American Mathematician
  • Kristin Gore, American Screenwriter
  • Lesley Gore, American singer
  • Martin L. Gore, a member of synthpop band Depeche Mode
  • Richard Corben, cartoonist who uses Gore as a non-de-plume
  • Shane Gore, English footballer
  • Spencer Gore (sportsman), cricketer, and first Wimbledon tennis championship winner
  • Spencer Gore (artist), British painter
  • Tipper Gore, author, photographer, former "Second Lady of the United States"; wife of Al Gore
  • Thomas Gore, United States senator
  • Gore Verbinski, an American director
  • Gore Vidal, an American author



  • Gore (surveying), an unincorporated area which has limited self-government
  • Gore (segment), a piece of cloth or metal used in three-dimensional fabrication
  • Gore (road), a narrow, triangular area of land often found at road merges and diverges
  • Goré, Chad, a town

See also


  1. ^ Davidson, Drew; Kelley, Julian (October 23, 2007). von Borries, Friedrich; Böttger, Matthias. eds. Space time play: computer games, architecture and urbanism : the next level. Birkhäuser Architecture. p. 40. http://www.google.com/books?id=isgsj244XeQC&lpg=PA1&pg=PA40#v=onepage&q&f=false. Retrieved 2010-06-13. "This "gore effect" is a cinematographic trick" 

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  • Gore — (ingl.; pronunc. [góre]) adj. Se aplica a la película o al género cinematográfico de terror que se recrea en lo sanguinolento. * * * El concepto Gore lo creo la banda llamada Carcass de Inglaterra (derivada de Napalm Death a finales de los 80 s) …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Gore — puede referirse a: Localidades: Gore, ciudad etíope de la Región Oromo. Gore, localidad de Nueva Zelanda. Gore, localidad estadounidense del estado de Oklahoma. Gore, municipio canadiense, de Quebec. Término utilizado para referirse a la… …   Wikipedia Español

  • gore — [ gɔr ] adj. inv. • 1988; mot angl. « sang » ♦ Anglic. Qui suscite l épouvante par le sang abondamment versé. Roman, films gore. N. m. Ce genre en littérature, au cinéma. « La drôlerie du gore vient de l excès » (Le Figaro, 1990). ● gore adjectif …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Gore — Gore, n. [OE. gore, gare, AS. g?ra angular point of land, fr. g?r spear; akin to D. geer gore, G. gehre gore, ger spear, Icel. geiri gore, geir spear, and prob. to E. goad. Cf. {Gar}, n., {Garlic}, and {Gore}, v.] 1. A wedgeshaped or triangular… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • gore — gȍrē pril. <komp.> DEFINICIJA 1. v. loše 2. v. zlo FRAZEOLOGIJA ne može biti gore, da ne bude gore, samo nek nije gore u dijaloškoj situaciji kliširani komentari, odgovori na ono što kaže sugovornik; može biti lošije, može biti veće zlo;… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • gore — gȍre pril. DEFINICIJA 1. više od neke ravni koja se zamišlja kao srednja ili na kojoj se stoji, opr. dolje 2. bliže početku, prije (u nekom tekstu) [kao što je gore rečeno] FRAZEOLOGIJA gore dolje pren. amo tamo, bez cilja; besmisleno; (tamo)… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • gore — gore1 [gôr] n. [ME gore, filth < OE gor, dung, filth, akin to ON gor, Welsh gor, MDu gore < IE base * gwher , hot > WARM, L fornax, furnace] blood shed from a wound, esp. when clotted gore2 [gôr] vt. gored, goring [ME goren < gore, a… …   English World dictionary

  • Gore — Gore, v. t. To cut in a traingular form; to piece with a gore; to provide with a gore; as, to gore an apron. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Gore — Gore, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Gored}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Goring}.] [OE. gar spear, AS. g?r. See 2d {Gore}.] To pierce or wound, as with a horn; to penetrate with a pointed instrument, as a spear; to stab. [1913 Webster] The low stumps shall gore His… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • gore — Ⅰ. gore [1] ► NOUN ▪ blood that has been shed, especially as a result of violence. ORIGIN Old English, «dung, dirt». Ⅱ. gore [2] ► VERB ▪ (of an animal such as a bull) pierce or stab with a horn or tusk …   English terms dictionary

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