There is only one file type that uses the .LUD extension:
Lingvo User Dictionary File
User dictionary file created by Lingvo Dictionary software, which is used to look up definitions of words and translate them into different language; contains dictionary entries, which consist of one or more words and their corresponding definitions.
To create an LUD file, selectand choose "<Create...>" from the "Dictionary" drop down menu. Next, name your dictionary, choose the source and target language, and click .
You can also create an LUD file from a DSL file. First create a .TXT file, add your content, and then rename the file extension to ".dsl." You can then use the DSL Compiler, which is included with Lingvo Dictionary, to compile the DSL file into an LUD file. .LSD files can also be created from DSL files but are not editable like LUD files.
Updated: August 21, 2018