Cod

Cod is the common name for the genus Gadus of demersal fishes, belonging to the family Gadidae. Cod is also used as part of the common name for a number of other fish species, and there are species suggested to belong to genus Gadus that are not called cod (the Alaska pollock). The two most important species of cod are the Atlantic cod (Gadus morh...
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(species Gadus morhua), large and economically important marine fish of the family Gadidae, found on both sides of the North Atlantic. The cod, a ... [8 related articles]
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[n] - lean white flesh of important North Atlantic food fish 2. [n] - major food fish of arctic and cold-temperate waters
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• (n.) The scrotum. • (n.) A small bag or pouch. • (n.) A husk; a pod; as, a peascod. • (n.) An important edible fish (Gadus morrhua), taken in immense numbers on the northern coasts of Europe and America. It is especially abundant and large on the Grand Bank of Newfoundland. It is salted and dried in large quantities. • (n...
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seedcase noun the vessel that contains the seeds of a plant (not the seeds themselves)
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codfish noun major food fish of arctic and cold-temperate waters
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[food] This article is about cod and other cod-like fishes from the family of Gadidae, such as haddock, pollock and whiting, regarded as food. ==Cod as food== Cod is popular as a food with a mild flavour and a dense, flaky white flesh. Young Atlantic cod or haddock prepared in strips for cooking is called scrod. Cod`s soft liver can be cann...
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Cod (kŏd) noun [ Anglo-Saxon codd small bag; akin to Icelandic koddi pillow, Swedish kudde cushion; confer W. cod , cwd , bag, shell.] 1. A husk; a pod; as, a peas cod . [ Eng.] Mortimer. 2. A small bag or pouch. [ Obsolete]
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Cod noun [ Confer German gadde , and (in Heligoland) gadden , Latin gadus merlangus.] (Zoology) An important edible fish ( Gadus morrhua ), taken in immense numbers on the northern coasts of Europe and America. It is especially abundant and large on the Grand Bank of N...
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1. The fat-filled scrotum of a castrated bovine animal. ... 2. A common marine fish (family Gadidae) related to the haddock and pollack. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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a bag
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A buyer who agrees to pay for what he has ordered (plus a collection charge) upon delivery.
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A large coldwater fish that often lives close to the seafloor. Cod have firm white flesh; for centuries, Atlantic cod have been important to people of many nations as a food fish.
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A popular lean, firm, white meat fish from the Pacific and the North Atlantic. 'Scrod' is the name for young cod (and haddock) that weight less that 2.5 pounds. 'Haddock,' 'Hake,' and 'Pollock' are close relatives of the cod.
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Any fish of the family Gadidae, especially the Atlantic cod Gadus morhua, found in the North Atlantic and Baltic. It is brown to grey with spots, with a white underbelly, and can grow to 1.5 m/5 ft in length. The main cod fisheries are in the North Sea, and off the coasts of Iceland and Newfoundland, Canada. Much of the catch...
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Call of Duty
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Call of Duty
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Cash On Delivery, details ...
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Cash on delivery.
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Change Of Dressing
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Chemical Oxygen Demand
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Chemical Oxygen Demand
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Cod is British and Irish slang for to make fun of; tease.
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cod, member of the large family Gadidae, comprising commercially important food fishes. The cods include the hake and the haddock, all found in the N Atlantic and Pacific. The cod was extremely important to the economic and social growth of New England; it has been used as a Massachusetts state embl...
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