Green’s Dictionary of Slang

pud n.1

also pudd

1. as a term of description/address [abbr. of SE pudding].

(a) [late 19C–1900s] (US) a term of abuse; a fool.

(b) [1910s] (Aus.) a fat person.

(c) [1940s] (US) a young girl.

2. [1910s+] a pudding [abbr.].

3. [1930s+] (US teen/campus) an easy job, an easy course at college; thus pud course, an easy course [abbr. pudding n. (7a)].

4. [1940s+] (US) as the genitals.

(a) the penis [abbr. pudding n. (2)].

(b) the vagina [abbr. pudding n. (1)].

In compounds

pud-puller (n.) [pull v. (7)]

[1970s+] (US) a masturbator.

pud-wacker (n.) [whacker n.4 ]

[1980s+] (US teen) a masturbator; thus a general term of abuse.

pud water (n.) (also pud juice)

[2000s] semen.

In phrases

play with one’s pud (v.)

(Aus.) to masturbate.

pound one’s pud (v.)

[1960s] to masturbate.

pull someone’s pud (v.) [pull v. (7)] [1910s+] (orig. US)

1. to masturbate someone else.

2. (also pull someone’s pudding) to tease, to hoax.