noun, plural cud·dies.
- a small room, cabin, or enclosed space at the bow or stern of a boat, especially one under the poop.
- a galley or pantry in a small boat.
- a small locker in an open boat, especially one at the bow.
- (on a fishing boat) a platform on which a net is coiled when not in use.
Origin of cuddy1
Definition for cuddy (2 of 2)
noun, plural cud·dies. Chiefly Scot.
Origin of cuddy2
Examples from the Web for cuddy
"Or your Te-to-tum, Booty," continued Cuddy, nothing baffled by the failure.
We're all in the cuddy or afore the mast—w'ich you please—so you can just sweat all the notions you ever had.Denis Dent|Ernest W. Hornung
Why, he had been asleep under a tarpaulin all the way from Cuddy Cove!Doctor Luke of the Labrador|Norman Duncan
The boiler was forward, the miniature engine aft, and between them a cuddy hole for captain and crew.
"Desperately afraid of paint," continued Cuddy, looking about.