1893 text

“A sort of cabin or cook-room, generally in the fore-part, but sometimes near the stern of lighters and barges of burden.” — Smyth’s Sailor’s Word-Book.

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Cuddy, in a first Rate Man of War, is a Place lying between the Captain and Lieutenant's Cabbin, under the Poop, and divided into Partitions for the Master and Secretary's Officers.
---Glossographia Anglicana nova. 1707.

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