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pud

[poo d]
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noun Chiefly British Informal.
  1. pudding.
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Origin of pud

by apocope

P.U.D.

  1. pickup and delivery.
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Examples from the Web for pud

Historical Examples

  • Noddy and his chums disappeared after the meal, Pud Stoneham accompanying them.

    The Motor Boys Overland

    Clarence Young

  • 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.

  • 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.


British Dictionary definitions for pud

pud

noun
  1. British informal short for pudding
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Word Origin and History for pud

n.

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.).

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