Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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CUDGE, n. “A small room or corner” (Cai. 1911 D.D. in John o' Groat Jnl. (17 Feb.)); “a part partitioned off a byre or barn, to act as a sty” (Cai.4 c.1920).

[? Gael. cuid, a part, portion.]

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