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coodie

coodie, cudie, cude, cootie, or quiddie, noun.
A wooden kitchen dish or small tub.  Or, a wooden chamber pot.  Hm.

Etymology:  there are references to Gaelic ciotad, pail or bucket.

Yes, it's a stretch to call this a food-themed post.  It's also a stretch to call this a Monday post.
Tags: c, noun, scottish gaelic, theme: food, wordsmith: ersatz_read
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