stud

(redirected from studs)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia.
Related to studs: Michaels

stud

Sexology
A slang term for a man who:
(1) Has a reputation for skills as a lover;
(2) Has a large penis;
(3) Has or has had, or is perceived to have had, multiple sex partners.

stud

1. purebred.
2. a place, usually a farm, at which purebred animals are maintained and reproduced.

stud animal
an animal registered in a stud book.
stud book
the register in which the names and parentage of all of the animals that constitute the breed are kept.
stud breeder
person conducting a business of a stud herd, flock, kennel, cattery etc.
stud crud
double stud
term used in the sheep industry; said of the best lines of rams.
stud farm
a farm maintained for the purpose of breeding more stud animals.
stud herd
a herd composed of purebred animals and used for producing more purebred animals.
stud tail
hyperplasia of the sebaceous glands of the dorsum of the tail in sexually active male cats complicated by inflammation and orthokeratotic hyperkeratosis.
References in periodicals archive ?
To appease the plumbing gods, the codes have made at least one notable exception: In bearing walls you can bore 60 percent size holes--as long as you double up the studs and don't drill through more than two successive pairs of these doubled-up studs (Fig.
To accommodate the confined location of the studs, the electric tensioning pump features a compact, lightweight design to easily fit through tight openings.
In her job at Dunraven Stud, where she also lives, Jess is involved in the entire breeding process from getting the mare into foal, monitoring pregnant mares at night via CCTV cameras to check when they go into labour and assisting with the birth.
ROCK that prom with this stud organza prom dress, PS55, from Miss Selfridge.
Misu Bond joins his fellow Reg Bond-owned son of Danehill Dancer, Monsieur Bond, at Norton Grove Stud.
Ensure the plasterboard is in the middle of the end studs so the next sheet of plasterboard has a good fixing.
We studs have trouble just walking down the street.
Mark Lake, an expert in footwear biomechanics at John Moores University in Liverpool and an adviser to the FootballAssociation, who has tested the boot, said: ``Many professional footballers have foot pain in areas where studs are located,like under the big toe and under the ball of the foot.
Moffie says walls built of engineered studs are flat and even and the cabinets hang better.
Pertinent Data: The thick head design of the studs increases pull-through and torque-out resistance.
Now eighty-three, and a member of the fastest-growing age group in the United States, Studs gives us Coming of Age, sixty-nine interviews with sundry old people who have two things in common: they have beaten the biblical odds of three score and ten years (the oldest is ninety-nine), and they are not now, nor have they ever been, bystanders at life.