Origin of udder
Examples from the Web for udder
If the milk does not come with facility, they beat the udder very hard with their hands; which causes a greater flow.Lachesis Lapponica|Carl von Linn
A cow that is fresh can be judged as to ability to produce good milk from all four quarters of the udder in adequate amount.A Living from the Land|William B. Duryee
They attach themselves by preference to the tender skin on the escutcheon, the inside of the thighs, and on the base of the udder.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle|U.S. Department of Agriculture
The cow benefits its owner by means of the udder: but what fills the udder?Phallic Miscellanies|Hargrave Jennings
Then tie the thick part of one to the thin part of the other, and roast the tongue and udder together.
British Dictionary definitions for udder
Word Origin for udder
Word Origin and History for udder
Old English udder "milk gland of a cow, goat, etc.," from Proto-Germanic *udr- (cf. Old Frisian and Middle Dutch uder, Old High German utar, German Euter, and, with unexplained change of consonant, Old Norse jugr), from PIE *udhr- (cf. Sanskrit udhar, Greek outhar, Latin uber "udder").