Definition of Rudas

1. a foul-mouthed old woman [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rudas

ruckseat
ruckseats
ruckus
ruckuses
rucola
rucolas
rucs
ructation
ruction
ructions
ructious
ructus
rud
rudaceous rock
rudapithecus
rudas (current term)
rudases
rudbeckia
rudbeckias
rudded
rudder
rudder authority
rudder blade
rudderfish
rudderhead
rudderheads
rudderhole
rudderholes
rudderless

Literary usage of Rudas

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1. Adventure Guide to Hungary by Dante Mena (2007)
"Every couple of months at the rudas Baths there is an all-night swim party, with bath, movie, dancing, ... While the rudas are normally for men only, ..."

2. Pocket Dictionary of the Scottish Idiom in which the Signification of the by Robert Motherby (1826)
"rudas, s. see Rudes. r> . Ts. the red taint of the Rud\ com.Plex.'on' "•'•--"- rudas, adj. bold, masculine, Rude, s. the cross; the spawn of frogs, ..."

3. A Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: Supplement by John Jamieson (1825)
"rudas, adj. 1. " Bold, masculine,11 Gl. v But what can ail them to bury the auld carline ... said the king,—' he is the son then o' that rudas auld carle, ..."

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