Informal. a potato.
a spadelike instrument, especially one with a narrow blade, as for digging up or cutting the roots of weeds.
a chisellike tool for removing bark.
a pointed leg or stake for staying or supporting dredging or earth-boring machinery.
a short pipe, as for connecting a water pipe with a meter.
Surgery. an instrument having a dull flattened blade for removing substances or foreign bodies from certain parts of the body, as wax from the ear.
verb (used with object), spudded, spudding.
to remove with a spud.
spud in, to set up earth-boring equipment, especially for drilling an oil well.
an informal word for potato (sense 1)
a narrow-bladed spade for cutting roots, digging up weeds, etc
Also called spudder. a tool, resembling a chisel, for removing bark from trees
verb spuds, spudding, spudded
(transitive) to remove (bark) or eradicate (weeds) with a spud
(intransitive) to drill the first foot of an oil-well
A blunt triangular knife used for removing foreign bodies from the cornea.
noun 1. a person who prepares and operates a rig for drilling oil wells. 2. a light drilling rig used chiefly in beginning a well. 3. spud (def 3).
noun 1. (Southwest English, dialect) a feeble movement
noun, Canadian Slang. 1. Prince Edward Island. noun 1. a slang name for Prince Edward Island
noun, verb (used with or without object), spued, spuing. 1. spew. verb (used without object) 1. to discharge the contents of the stomach through the mouth; vomit. verb (used with object) 2. to eject from the stomach through the mouth; vomit. 3. to cast forth, gush, or eject, as in disgust or anger: The angry […]