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Definition of poddy in English:

adjective (poddier, poddiest)

1Australian (Of a young farm animal) fed by hand: there’s always a special bond with the animals that have been poddy calves or lambs
2 dialect (Of a person) fat.

Origin

mid 18th century (in the sense 'resembling a pod'): from pod1 + -y1.

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