Definition of poddy-dodge in English:

poddy-dodge

verb

[with object]Australian
  • Steal (unbranded cattle)

    ‘he also made fences, poddy-dodged cattle and farmed’
    • ‘He got his start by poddy-dodging from the big, unfenced runs.’
    • ‘Some fellas had been seen poddy dodging down in the south end.’
    • ‘He shot me for poddy dodging.’
    • ‘They told me he'd been caught poddy-dodging.’
    • ‘They had a reputation for poddy dodging others' stock.’

Origin

1920s: from poddy (in the Australian sense ‘calf’) + dodge.

Pronunciation

poddy-dodge

/ˈpɒdɪdɒdʒ/