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cuddy

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noun cud·dy \ˈkə-dē\

Definition of cuddy

plural

cuddies

  1. 1 :  a usually small cabin or shelter (as on a sailboat)

  2. 2 :  a small room or cupboard

Origin and Etymology of cuddy

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1660


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cuddy

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noun cud·dy \ˈku̇-dē, ˈkə-\

Definition of cuddy

plural

cuddies

  1. 1 dialectal British :  donkey

  2. 2 dialectal British :  blockhead

Variants of cuddy

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cuddie

Origin and Etymology of cuddy

perhaps from Cuddy, nickname for Cuthbert


First Known Use: circa 1715



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