1. [mid-16C–mid-19C] the vagina.
2. [mid-16C–19C] (also white pudding) the penis; thus pudding-bag n., the vagina; pudding prick n., the penis.
3. [late 16C–early 19C] (also pudding-bag, puddings) the stomach.
4. [late 17C–19C] sexual intercourse.
5. [mid-18C] an unborn child, a foetus.
6. [mid-19C] (UK Und.) meat, usu. liver, that has been impregnated with drugs or poison, used by a thief to silence a house dog, thus v. pudding, to drug/kill a dog with such meat.
7. in fig. senses [var. on pie n. (3a)].
(a) [late 19C+] (US) anything easily accomplished.
(b) [late 19C+] of a person, esp. a victim, a weakling, a ‘pushover’.
8. [1900s] (Aus.) in horse-racing, a weight used in handicapping.
9. [1960s+] (US) an affectionate term of address.
10. [1970s] semen.
see separate entry.
[17C] the vagina.
1. [mid-19C+] a black man’s penis.
2. [1990s+] (US black) the vagina; thus sexual intercourse.
see under dead adj.
[late 19C] of a woman, to have sexual intercourse.
see pull one’s pud under pud n.1
see pull someone’s pud under pud n.1
SE in slang uses
[late 19C] stupid.
see pudding-head n.
[1900s] (US) a boxing-glove.
[1980s] a pimp.
see separate entries.
1. [late 16C–early 19C] the stomach.
2. [mid-19C] (UK Und.) the workhouse.
[mid-18C–early 19C] a parson.
[mid-19C] one who robs a cook-shop.
[early 19C] the mouth.
[late 17C–early 18C] keep quiet about it, say absolutely nothing about it.
[1950s] (Aus.) to put on weight.
[1930s] (US) a general excl. of dismissal, contempt, negation.