noun Chiefly British Informal.
Origin of pud
Definition for pud (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for pud
In a moment Mr. Anderson and Pud heard them splash as they plunged into the lake.
But he made his presence known just as Pud drew back his arm to strike.Harry Watson's High School Days|Frank V. Webster
Early in the morning Andy saw the assistant janitor and easily arranged for Pud Hicks to say nothing about the mice.The Rover Boys in the Land of Luck|Edward Stratemeyer
Song say he t'ought it vas some of Pud's foolishment he vas teaching dot pig, und didn't no more look at him for a leetle vile.Ted Strong's Motor Car|Edward C. Taylor
"I wonder if Pud found any traces of his bear thief," laughed Bob.
British Dictionary definitions for pud
Word Origin and History for pud
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.).