Ruddock

• (n.) The European robin. • (n.) A piece of gold money; -- probably because the gold of coins was often reddened by copper alloy. Called also red ruddock, and golden ruddock.
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ruddock

1. <zoology> The European robin. 'The tame ruddock and the coward kite.' ... 2. A piece of gold money; probably because the gold of coins was often reddened by copper alloy. Called also red ruddock, and golden ruddock. 'Great pieces of gold . . . Red ruddocks.' (Florio) ... Origin: AS. Ruddic; cf. W. Rhuddog the redbreast. See Rud ... Alterna...
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Ruddock

Rud'dock noun [ Anglo-Saxon ruddic ; confer W. rhuddog the redbreast. √113. See Rud , noun ] [ Written also raddock .] 1. (Zoology) The European robin. 'The tame ruddock and the coward kite.' Chaucer. 2. ...
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ruddock

European robin
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Ruddock

Ruddock is slang for gold, a gold coin or money.
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