[muhd-puhp-ee] /ˈmʌdˌpʌp i/
noun, plural mudpuppies.
any of several often large, aquatic salamanders of the genus Necturus, of eastern North America, having bushy, red gills and well-developed limbs.
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 […]
[muhd-skip-er] /ˈmʌdˌskɪp ər/ noun 1. any of several gobies of the genera Periophthalmus and Boleophthalmus, of tropical seas from Africa to the East Indies and Japan, noted for the habit of remaining out of water on flats for certain periods and jumping about when disturbed. /ˈmʌdˌskɪpə/ noun 1. any of various gobies of the genus […]