noun British Dialect.
Examples from the Web for ruddock
Contemporary Examples of ruddock
They're singing Bob Marley songs, because Ruddock is from Jamaica.The Stacks: Harold Conrad Was Many Things, But He Was Never, Ever Dull
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Historical Examples of ruddock
Ruddock, and Relf Chapman, to which society he once belonged, and left in the year 1702.Curious Church Customs
Ruddock was, moreover, an altruist; he always worked for the good of his fellow-men.
Ruddock, Johnstone and the other old stagers were all of the same opinion.
Yet there was no laughing crowd, and I haven't heard one of Ruddock's jokes bruited about.
Whereat Pendell almost roars with laughter, and nods at me knowingly, as if asking if Ruddock isn't a character.
Word Origin for ruddock
"robin," late Old English rudduc, from rudu "red color," related to read (see red (adj.1)) + diminutive suffix.