Gudgeon

ring part of a rudder fitting into which pintle fits

Gudgeon

A gudgeon is a socket-like, cylindrical (i.e., female) fitting attached to one component to enable a pivoting or hinging connection to a second component. The second component carries a pintle fitting, the male counterpart to the gudgeon, enabling an interpivoting connection that can be easily separated. Designs that may use gudgeon and pintle con...
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gudgeon

(species Gobio gobio), common small fish of the carp family, Cyprinidae, found in clear, fresh waters of Europe and northern Asia. A grayish or ...
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gudgeon

[n] - small slender European freshwater fish often used as bait by anglers
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Gudgeon

• (n.) What may be got without skill or merit. • (v. t.) To deprive fraudulently; to cheat; to dupe; to impose upon. • (n.) The pin of iron fastened in the end of a wooden shaft or axle, on which it turns; formerly, any journal, or pivot, or bearing, as the pintle and eye of a hinge, but esp. the end journal of a horizontal. • (...
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gudgeon

noun small slender European freshwater fish often used as bait by anglers
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Gudgeon

[fish] Gudgeon is the common name for a number of small freshwater fish of the families Cyprinidae, Eleotridae or Ptereleotridae. Most gudgeons are elongate, bottom-dwelling fish, many of which live in rapids and other fast moving water. ==Families== File:Grondel die zwartbekgrondel genoemd wordt..jpg File:Gobio gobio.jpg|Gobio gobio File:P...
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Gudgeon

Gud'geon (gŭj'ŭn) noun [ Middle English gojon , French goujon , from Latin gobio , or gobius , Greek kwbio`s Confer 1st Goby . ] 1. (Zoology) A small European freshwater fish ( Gobio fluviatilis ), allied to the carp. I...
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Gudgeon

Gud'geon transitive verb To deprive fraudulently; to cheat; to dupe; to impose upon. [ R.] « To be gudgeoned of the opportunities which had been given you.» Sir IV. Scott.
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gudgeon

1. <zoology> A small European freshwater fish (Gobio fluviatilis), allied to the carp. It is easily caught and often used for food and for bait. In America the killifishes or minnows are often called gudgeons. ... 2. What may be got without skill or merit. 'Fish not, with this melancholy bait, For this fool gudgeon, this opinion.' (Shak) ... ...
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gudgeon

a person easily cheated
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gudgeon

Any of an Old World group of freshwater fishes of the carp family, especially the species G. gobio found in Europe and northern Asia on the gravel bottoms of streams. It is olive-brown, spotted with black, and up to 20 cm/8 in long, with a distinctive barbel (sensory bristle, or `whisker`) at each side of the mo...
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Gudgeon

Gudgeon is slang for a person who is easy to trick or cheat.
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gudgeon

metal socket into which the pintle of a boat's rudder fits
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gudgeon

metal socket into which the pintle of a boat's rudder fits
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Gudgeon

On a ship, a gudgeon is a solid lug on the stemframe or rudder with a suitable opening to receive the pintle.
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Gudgeon

Part of a rudder hinge witha hole to take the pintle.
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Gudgeon

species of fish see Gudgeon
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Gudgeon

The gudgeon (Gobio) is a freshwater fish found in Europe and north Asia. It belongs to the carp family (Cyprinidae) and has short dorsal and anal fins without spines. On each side of the mouth is a small barbel.
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Gudgeon

Yoke bolted to the sternpost with an eye to receive a corresponding pintle on the back of the rudder.
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