a hot spring filled with boiling mud.
Compare (def 2).
[muhd-puhp-ee] /ˈmʌdˌpʌp i/ noun, plural mudpuppies. 1. any of several often large, aquatic salamanders of the genus Necturus, of eastern North America, having bushy, red gills and well-developed limbs. 2. any of several North American salamanders of the genus Ambystoma.
[muh-drah] /məˈdrɑ/ noun 1. Hinduism, Buddhism. any of a series of arm and hand positions expressing an attitude or action of the deity. 2. any of various similar gestures used in India’s classical dancing to represent specific feelings. /məˈdrɑː/ noun 1. any of various ritual hand movements in Hindu religious dancing
noun 1. a vestibule or other area in a house, in which wet and muddy clothes or footwear are removed.
[muhd-sil] /ˈmʌdˌsɪl/ noun 1. the lowest of a structure, usually placed in or on the ground. n. 1680s, “lowest sill of a house,” from mud + sill. The word entered U.S. political history in a speech by James M. Hammond of South Carolina, March 4, 1858, in U.S. Senate, alluding scornfully to the very mudsills […]