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cuddy

colloquial Primarily heard in UK, Australia, Scotland.
1. A donkey. The merchant arrived on a cuddy toting a sack full of jewels.
2. A dolt or fool. Why do you have to be such a cuddy? Can't you act with a little bit of tact and common sense?
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cuddie

and cuddy
n. homie; buddy. (Pop gansta.) Tsup, cuddy?

cuddy

verb
See cuddie
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