Origin of cud
Examples from the Web for cuds
Herds of cattle lay on them, chewing their cuds after the plentiful grazing of the day.
Rich with the flavor of cuds of green herbs chewed into creamy milk that makes tasty curds.The Complete Book of Cheese|Robert Carlton Brown
Who can give any cuds to a fellow, who starts with a heap of money round his neck?
Eight cows sauntered up interestedly and chewed their cuds at him in unison, standing contemplative, calculating, determined.The Seeker|Harry Leon Wilson
On a narrow beach beneath, a group of cows were chewing their cuds in an atmosphere of refreshing coolness.
British Dictionary definitions for cuds
Word Origin for cud
Word Origin and History for cuds
Old English cudu "cud," earlier cwudu, common Germanic (cf. Old Norse kvaða "resin," Old High German quiti "glue," German Kitt "putty"); perhaps from PIE root *gwet- "resin, gum."