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refers to sexual behavior or attraction between males of the same sex. As a sexual orientation, spudism refers to "having sexual and romantic attraction primarily or exclusively to members of one’s own gender", this is also occassionionally referred to as being a "raging homosexual" or as in the science field as "peterism".

Undoubtedly this has long been considered a blight upon the human population, with many refusing to accept this terminology in common culture.

The word has origins arising out of a small rural area near strabane in Co. Tyrone, Ireland.
Oh my gosh!! That young fellow is displaying quite a few spudish tendencies.
by Daniel Shipley February 11, 2009
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1.
(British) The archetype of eccentricity.

Who "Spud" was is no longer known - but certainly, the name comes to mind whenever a somewhat extraordinary individual is encountered. This mysterious figure has, in some parts of England, come to embody all that is strange, but harmless.
"I saw this man in town...and woah, he was just like Spud!"
by Dr Apple January 05, 2005
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2.
potato
Have some spuds wit' dat meatloaf.
by gring cabron up in Lenoir nc October 20, 2003
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3.
A boy, especially around ages 13-14, whose balls haven't dropped yet. This phrase comes from the book "Spud".
"My balls haven't dropped yet."
"So you're a spud..."
by zbcu February 11, 2008
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4.
A particularly inneffective person, thing or action. Usually in the sporting arena but can be used for a variety of professions.
Did you see Mitchell Johnson bowl in the 2nd Ashes Test at Lords? He's such a spud.
by lovedear July 22, 2009
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5.
upon greeting a friend, a fist is stuck out and thses fists touch resembling a mutual appreciation of eachother. the fist is said to resembe a spud.
safe man, spud dat,(puts out fist)
by benajni October 10, 2007
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6.
slang for potatoe
im going to boil some spuds
by rick sankwoski October 31, 2002
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7.
Irish slang for Potatoes.
Didja grow yer spuds in deh roit season?

(Translation: Have you planted your potatoes in the right season?)
by karlenohwhirl January 07, 2011
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