noisy, boisterous ...1893 obs. rare
from an alteration of rory-tory (adj. noisy, boisterous) + insertion of cum (prep.)
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1893 - see EXAMPLE below
"...I can just mind Key Pinsent - a great, red, rory-cum-tory chap, with a high stock and a wig like King George - 'my royal patron' he called 'en, havin' by some means got leave to hoist the king's arms over his door..."
From: The Delectable Duchy
- Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch