[poo d-ing-pahyp] /ˈpʊd ɪŋˌpaɪp/
noun, British Geology. 1. conglomerate (def 3). pudding stone noun 1. a conglomerate rock in which there is a difference in colour or composition between the pebbles and the matrix
noun, plural puddingwives [poo d-ing-wahyvz] /ˈpʊd ɪŋˌwaɪvz/ (Show IPA) 1. a bluish and bronze wrasse, Halichoeres radiatus, of the Atlantic coast from the Florida Keys to Brazil.
noun 1. a small pool of water, as of rainwater on the ground. 2. a small pool of any liquid. 3. clay or the like mixed with water and tempered, used as a waterproof lining for the walls of canals, ditches, etc. verb (used with object), puddled, puddling. 4. to mark or scatter with puddles. […]
or puddlejumper [puhd-l-juhm-per] /ˈpʌd lˌdʒʌm pər/ noun, Slang. 1. a light plane, especially one traveling only short distances or making many stops. 2. an old, rickety automobile; flivver. noun See puddle jumper puddle-jumper
noun the action of flying an airplane for only short distances or making many stops Word Origin 1924