Definition of pudsy in US English:

pudsy

(also pudsey)

noun

  • A plump or chubby person. Chiefly as a term of endearment or affectionate form of address, often to a baby. Now rare.

adjective

  • Plump, chubby.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Charles Johnson (?1679–1748), playwright and poet. Probably from pud + -sy.

Pronunciation

pudsy

/ˈpʌdzi/