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cud (s) (noun), cuds (pl)
Partly digested food that ruminants (cattle, goats, etc.) return to the mouth, after it has passed into the first stomach, to chew again as an aid to more complete digestion: Certain animals, like sheep and cows, can be seen chewing their cuds.

Although it is not etymologically related to "rumin-", this term is primarily associated with the various activities of "rumination" and "ruminants".

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