(obsolete) A puddle.
Origin of Plod
From Middle English *plodden (found only in derivative plodder), probably originally a splash through water and mud, from plod (“a puddle"). Compare Danish pladder (“mire").
From Middle English plod. Cognate with Danish pladder (“mire").
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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