noun Chiefly British Informal.
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Noddy and his chums disappeared after the meal, Pud Stoneham accompanying them.
Pud Stoneham and the rest of em are down in a little hollow just below us.
Well, Dock could beat him if he was in training, said Pud doggedly.Jack Ranger's Gun Club
They had covered about half the distance, when Elmer and Pud put in their appearance.
Pud was busy making snowballs and storing them under his arm.
slang for "penis," 1939 (in James Joyce), according to OED and DAS from pudding in the same slang sense (1719); from the original "sausage" sense of pudding (q.v.).