- 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.
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In several recent studies, a trio of researchers—Dana Carney, Amy Cuddy, and Andy Yapp—have put power under the microscope.Petraeus May Have Been Felled by His Own Brain Chemistry|Chris Berdik|November 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I beg your pardon one moment, but there is another lady coming out of the cuddy.Newton Forster|Captain Frederick Marryat
Her canvas beat the masts and fetched reports out of the tall spars that penetrated the little cuddy like discharges of musketry.
He paused on seeing us, as though he had supposed the cuddy empty, and was ashamed to be seen in that figure.
The captain confided to me the fact that it cost him much more trouble to maintain discipline in the cuddy than among his crew.James Braithwaite, the Supercargo|W.H.G. Kingston
The boiler was forward, the miniature engine aft, and between them a cuddy hole for captain and crew.