Cod meaning

kŏdfĭsh
The definition of a cod is a fish in the family Gadidae with low fat and a mild flavor.

An example of a cod is the fish used to make cod liver oil.

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(archaic) The scrotum.
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Any of various marine fishes of the family Gadidae, which includes the Atlantic cod and the haddock.
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(archaic) A husk or pod.
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(obsolete) A bag.
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Cash on delivery.
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Cause of death.
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Collect on delivery.
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Any of various gadoid fishes of northern seas, important as a source of cod-liver oil and food, esp. any of a genus (Gadus) with firm flesh and soft fins, found off the coast of Newfoundland and Norway.
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(archaic) A bag.
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(dial.) A pod; husk.
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(obs.) The scrotum.
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A hoax; trick.
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A parody or satire.
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Mock; sham.
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Parodic or satirical.
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To fool, hoax, trick, etc.
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To tease.
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(place) Hook-shaped peninsula in E Mass. from Buzzards Bay to Provincetown: 64 mi (103 km) long.
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The amount of oxidizing agent needed to oxidize the organic and oxidizable inorganic matter in waste water.
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This matter in the waste water.
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Cash (or collect) on delivery.
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Cause of death.
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Cash on delivery.
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Call of Duty.
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Cause of Death.
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Origin of cod

  • Middle English from Old English codd

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Middle English

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition