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cod         

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      n   pl   , cod, cods  
1    any of the gadoid food fishes of the genus Gadus, esp. G. morhua (or G. callarias), which occurs in the North Atlantic and has a long body with three rounded dorsal fins: family Gadidae, They are also a source of cod-liver oil  
2    any other fish of the family Gadidae (see gadid)  
     (C13: probably of Germanic origin; compare Old High German cutte)  
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cod          [2]  
      n  
1      (Brit. and U.S.)  
dialect   a pod or husk  
2    Taboo      an obsolete word for       scrotum  
3    Obsolete   a bag or envelope  
     (Old English codd husk, bag; related to Old Norse koddi, Danish kodde)  

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cod          [3]  
      vb   , cods, codding, codded   tr  
1      (Brit. and Irish)  
slang   to make fun of; tease  
2      (Brit. and Irish)  
slang   to play a trick on; fool  
      n  
3      (Brit. and Irish)  
slang   a hoax or trick  
4      (Irish)  
slang   a fraud; hoaxer  
he's an old cod     
      adj   prenominal  
5      (Brit)  
slang   mock; sham  
cod Latin     
     (C19: perhaps from earlier cod a fool, perhaps shortened from codger)  

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cod          [4]  
      n     (Northern English)  
dialect   a fellow; chap  
he's a nice old cod     
     (of unknown origin)  

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Cod         
      n      Cape. See       Cape Cod  


blue cod  
      n   a common marine spiny-finned food fish, Parapercis colias, of the sub-Antarctic waters of New Zealand, esp. at the Chatham Islands, which is greenish blue with brown marbling and inhabits rocky bottoms. Its smoked flesh is considered a delicacy,   (Also called)    rock cod, pakirikiri, patutuki  
Cape Cod  
      n  
1    a long sandy peninsula in SE Massachusetts, between Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic  
2      (Also called)    Cape Cod cottage   a one-storey cottage of timber construction with a simple gable roof and a large central chimney: originated on Cape Cod in the 18th century  
cod   [1]  
      n   pl   , cod, cods  
1    any of the gadoid food fishes of the genus Gadus, esp. G. morhua (or G. callarias), which occurs in the North Atlantic and has a long body with three rounded dorsal fins: family Gadidae, They are also a source of cod-liver oil  
2    any other fish of the family Gadidae (see gadid)  
     (C13: probably of Germanic origin; compare Old High German cutte)  
cod   [2]  
      n  
1      (Brit. and U.S.)  
dialect   a pod or husk  
2    Taboo      an obsolete word for       scrotum  
3    Obsolete   a bag or envelope  
     (Old English codd husk, bag; related to Old Norse koddi, Danish kodde)  
cod   [3]  
      vb   , cods, codding, codded   tr  
1      (Brit. and Irish)  
slang   to make fun of; tease  
2      (Brit. and Irish)  
slang   to play a trick on; fool  
      n  
3      (Brit. and Irish)  
slang   a hoax or trick  
4      (Irish)  
slang   a fraud; hoaxer  
he's an old cod     
      adj   prenominal  
5      (Brit)  
slang   mock; sham  
cod Latin     
     (C19: perhaps from earlier cod a fool, perhaps shortened from codger)  
cod   [4]  
      n     (Northern English)  
dialect   a fellow; chap  
he's a nice old cod     
     (of unknown origin)  
COD  
      abbrev. for  
1    cash on delivery  
2    (in the U.S.) collect on delivery  
Cod.   , cod.  
      abbrev. for   codex  
cod-act  
      vb   intr     (Irish)  
informal   to play tricks; fool  
     (from cod3 + act)  
cod end  
      n     (Sea fishing)   the narrow end of a tapered trawl net  
     (from cod2)  
cod-liver oil  
      n   an oil extracted from the livers of cod and related fish, rich in vitamins A and D and used to treat deficiency of these vitamins  
cod war  
      n   any of three disputes that occurred in 1958, 1972--73, and 1975--76 between Britain and Iceland, concerning Iceland's unilateral extension of her fishing limits  
red cod  
      n   a deep-sea fish, Physiculus bachus, of Australia and New Zealand, with a grey-and-pink body that turns red when it is removed from water  
rock cod  
      n     (N.Z.)      another name for       blue cod  

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