Definition of podder in English:

podder

noun

English Regional, Kent
rare
  • Originally: field crops or their seed grains; fodder for cattle. In later use: plants having pods, pulse.

noun

  • A machine which harvests pods, or removes peas from pods.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Parliamentary Papers. Origin uncertain; perhaps an alteration of codware, although the motivation for this is unclear<br>late 17th century (in an earlier sense). From pod + -er.

Pronunciation

podder

/ˈpɒdə/