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sudd

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noun \ˈsəd\

Definition of sudd

  1. :  floating vegetable matter that forms obstructive masses especially in the upper White Nile



Origin and Etymology of sudd

Arabic, literally, obstruction


First Known Use: 1874

Rhymes with sudd

blood, bud, crud, cud, dud, flood, fud, mud, rudd, scud, spud, stud, thud


Sudd

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geographical name \ˈsəd\

Definition of Sudd

  1. swamp region S. Sudan drained by White Nile River




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