I've heard it used as a verb, as in "to hork", or "she horked the vase on the table just for good measure as she left through the window."
The meaning is almost exactly that of steal, but is ever-so-slightly more playful, and usually only used for small objects or bits of data. One does not hork an airplane or a gig of data or a million dollars.

The dry, rasping sound of wretching something out of your throat - for instance a popcorn hull. This needn't include actual vomit. Cats often make this sound perfectly when dealing with a hairball.

Round these here countrified parts (rural Vancouver, WA) horking is synonymous with chuck, i.e. "Gleb drove by in his mudder so I horked a big ol cow skull at im"

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