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- n. Alternative form of fodder. (a weight)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See fodder, a weight.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dialectal variant of fother.
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'De young missus doan't want dis ting to gwo no fudder.
Ah wuz out in de woods waukin (walking) an ah saw sumpin dat looked lak a squirrel start up a tree and de fudder up hit got the bigger hit got an hit wuz big as a bear when hit got to de top and ma said dat hit was a haint.
An 'he tel de king fudder dat he saw er stone dat wuz cut widout han's out'n de mountin an' dat de stone smote de imige erpun his feet an 'broke 'em in pieces, an' dat de stone dat brok de imige became a gret mountin an 'filled all de wurl'.
"For de Lawd's sake, honey, don't you boys go up dat road no fudder!"
Ef dish yer man is bleedzd fer ter have a name, den I'm done, kaze you'll hatter go fudder dan me.
He got back little fudder, en spit on his han's, en lit out en made de jump, en he come so nigh gittin 'in dat de een' er his tail kotch afier.
Den Miss Cow back off little fudder, she did, en hi'st her tail on 'er back, en come agin de tree, kerblam! en she come so fas', en she come so hard, twel wunner her hawns went spang thoo de tree, en dar she wuz.
"Noo, tain't," that says, an 'that come fudder inter the room.
Den Miss Cow back off little fudder, she did, en hi'st her tail on 'er back, en come agin de tree, kerblam! en she come so fas', en she come so hard, twel one 'er her horns went spang thoo de tree, en dar she wuz.
An 'aye a bit fudder was comin' up fae the manse aboot fat the Presbytery was deein -- they war chaumer't there, ye see, wi 'the lawvyers an' so on.