1) Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua (Gadidae), a former mainstay of the fisheries and cultural life eastern Canada and in Europe with many terms associated with its fishery. Many of these terms are in dialects of English or are archaic;
2) a member of the cod family Gadidae, or related members of the Order Gadiformes (which has over 555 species world-wide), mostly in marine waters. Several species are of major economic importance
3) to horse around (British slang)
4) to fool someone (British slang); i.e. to rise to a bait like a cod fish
5) to harass someone by continual criticism or carping
6) cash on delivery
7) collect on delivery
8) a husk, pod, bag or scrotum from the Old English codd
9) false or imitative, e.g. cod-Italian cafe, an imitation Italian cafe (British slang)
10) computing on demand (pay per usage)

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

(Morrhua vulgaris)

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