Definition of Cuddin

1. cudden [n -S] - See also: cudden



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cuddin

cucurbitacins
cucurbitane
cucurbitculture
cucurbite
cucurbites
cucurbits
cucurbituril
cucurbiturils
cud
cudbear
cudbears
cudden
cuddens
cuddie
cuddies
cuddin (current term)
cuddins
cuddlable
cuddle
cuddle-bunny
cuddle bunny
cuddle up
cuddlecore
cuddled
cuddlefest
cuddler
cuddlers
cuddles
cuddlesome
cuddlicious

Literary usage of Cuddin

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1. Reminiscences of a Clachnacuddin Nonagenarian by John Maclean (1886)
"From the circumstance of the lassies resting their tubs on the stone alluded to, it acquired the Gaelic name of Clach-na-cuddin, or the Tub- stone; and, ..."

2. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is Prefixed, a by John Jamieson (1879)
"It is also written cuddin. ... or cuddin," Low's Faun. Oread., p. 193. CUDDIE, «. A small basket made of straw, Shell. Su. ..."

3. Faiths of Man: A Cyclopædia of Religions by James George Roche Forlong (1906)
"The Clach-na-cuddin is the " city stone " of Inverness, which we carefully examined in ... The word cuddin had a female significance according to the Rev. ..."

4. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1901)
"A sea proper, in the ;left or, on a chief argent a swart's id cuddin or snaith in saltire of the 'rest, a rock, thereon a fox proper. JOHN RADCLIFFE. ..."

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