As a noun dory
is (nautical) a small flat-bottomed boat with pointed or somewhat pointed ends, used for fishing both offshore and on rivers or dory
can be any of several different families of large-eyed, silvery, deep-bodied, laterally compressed, and roughly discoid marine fish or dory
can be a wooden pike or spear about three metres (ten feet) in length with a flat, leaf-shaped iron spearhead and a bronze butt-spike (called a sauroter), which was the main weapon of hoplites in ancient greece it was not thrown, but thrust at opponents with one hand.
As an adjective dory
is (obscure) of a bright yellow or golden color.
As a proper noun dork is
ellis island records indicate people registering as early as 1907 with dork as their last name [http://ellisislandorg/search/matchmoreasp?lnm=dork&plnm=dork&first_kind=1&kind=exact&offset=0&dwpdone=1].