Cuda is a Celtic goddess worshipped at Cirencester in Britain, where she is depicted seated, holding in her lap an object that may be an egg, loaf or other symbol of fertility. Her attributes are that of a mother goddess..
She is accompanied by the Cucullati, spirits of fertility and abundance worshipped across Britain and Gaul.
Cuda received votive and dedicatory offerings from her worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of her cult.
The origin of Cuda’s name is uncertain. Her name may survive in that of the British Cotswolds district.
Cuda is known from a single worship site at Cirencester in England.