Definition of Black pudding

1. Noun. A black sausage containing pig's blood and other ingredients.

Exact synonyms: Blood Pudding, Blood Sausage
Generic synonyms: Sausage



Definition of Black pudding

1. Noun. A sausage, made from pork blood, oats and spices; eaten at breakfast and combined in starters and salads. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Medical Definition of Black pudding

1. A kind of sausage made of blood, suet, etc, thickened with meal. "And fat black puddings, proper food, For warriors that delight in blood." (Hudibras) Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Black Pudding

black op
black opal
black operation
black operations
black ops
black out
black pea
black pepper
black phosphorus
black piedra
black pine
black plague
black poplar
black powder
black propaganda
black pudding (current term)
black puddings
black racer
black rain
black raspberry
black rat
black rat snake
black rats
black redstart
black redstarts
black rhinoceros
black rhinoceroses
black rhinocerotes
black rockweed
black root

Literary usage of Black pudding

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1. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is Prefixed, a by John Jamieson (1880)
"From their appearance they are called black pudding*." Brand's Popular Antiq., p. 366. ... V. The black pudding» are still an appendage of the ¡fart in 8. ..."

2. Foods by Edward Smith (1876)
"CHAPTER X. SAUSAGES, black pudding, AND BLOOD. THEEE are two kinds of sausages, viz., those marie from fresh meat and those from preserved meat, ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1875)
"BLACK-PUDDING [blaak puud'n], sb. Blood and fat sausage —same as BLACK-POT. ... Some for abolishing black-pudding And eating nothing with the blood in. ..."

4. John Cheap, the Chapman's, Library: The Scottish Chap Literature of Last by John Cheap (1878)
"She had hardly said these words, when down came tumbling through the chimney a yard of black pudding. '' Plague on your greedy guts with your black pudding! ..."

5. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is Prefixed, a by John Jamieson (1880)
"From their appearance they are called black pudding*." Brand's Popular Antiq., p. 366. ... V. The black pudding» are still an appendage of the ¡fart in 8. ..."

6. Foods by Edward Smith (1876)
"CHAPTER X. SAUSAGES, black pudding, AND BLOOD. THEEE are two kinds of sausages, viz., those marie from fresh meat and those from preserved meat, ..."

7. Publications by English Dialect Society (1875)
"BLACK-PUDDING [blaak puud'n], sb. Blood and fat sausage —same as BLACK-POT. ... Some for abolishing black-pudding And eating nothing with the blood in. ..."

8. John Cheap, the Chapman's, Library: The Scottish Chap Literature of Last by John Cheap (1878)
"She had hardly said these words, when down came tumbling through the chimney a yard of black pudding. '' Plague on your greedy guts with your black pudding! ..."

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