Meaning of throddy in English:

throddy

Pronunciation /ˈθrɒdi/

adjective

dialect British, US
  • Of a person (or occasionally an animal): broad, sturdy, well-built; fat, plump.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in ‘Tim Bobbin’ (1708–1786), satirist and caricaturist (real name John Collier). Apparently from throdd- + -y.