The verb pour means to make liquid flow out from a container by inclining the container. When you put milk or juice from the carton into a glass, you are pouring it.
When it’s raining very hard, you can also say “It’s pouring.”
Po or (adjective) is the opposite of rich. If a person is poor, they have little or no money or possessions:
The word poor can also be used to describe something that is below average; does not meet satisfactory standards:
Finally, poor can also be used to describe somebody who deserves pity:
(the expression “you poor thing!” expresses pity for a person who is in a bad situation)
A pore (noun) is a very tiny opening in the skin. Sweat comes out of your skin through pores. Some facial cleansing soaps claim to clean out your pores.
We also have the expression to pore over something, meaning to read or study it carefully and attentively: