Recent Examples of udder from the Web
For those still stuck at the cow’s udder, though, this resource-saving jug is just the thing.
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Origin and Etymology of udder
Middle English, from Old English ūder; akin to Old High German ūtar udder, Latin uber, Greek outhar, Sanskrit ūdhar
First Known Use: before 12th century
UDDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of udder for English Language Learners
: the bag-shaped part of a cow, goat, etc., that hangs below the belly and produces milk
UDDER Defined for Kids
Definition of udder for Students
: a large bag-shaped organ (as of a cow) enclosing two or more milk-producing glands each draining into a separate nipple on the lower surface
Medical Definition of udder
: a large pendulous organ in various mammals and especially a female domestic bovine consisting of two or more mammary glands enclosed in a common envelope and each provided with a single nipple
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