wud

adjective
\ˈwüd \

Definition of wud 

chiefly Scotland

: insane, mad

Examples of wud in a Sentence

an old miser whose obsession with money had driven him wud

First Known Use of wud

circa 1699, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for wud

alteration of wood entry 1

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