codling definition

  • noun:
    • A greenish elongated English apple used for cooking.
    • a little unripe apple.
    • a new cod.
    • a little, immature apple
    • some of various greenish, elongated English apple varieties, utilized for cooking
    • a tiny, young cod
    • A hake (cod-related food seafood), notably through the genus Urophycis.
    • a cod; also, a hake.
    • plural Green peas.
    • An unripe apple.
    • An apple to-be stewed, or used only once stewed.
    • One of several cultivated varieties of home apple with large or medium-sized fruit.
    • A testicle. Sylvester, Du Bartas.
    • plural Limestones partly burnt.
    • The young of typical cod when towards size of the whiting.
    • A gadoid seafood associated with the genus Phycis, because the United states P. chuss and P. tenuis.
    • A balk sawed into lengths for staves.
    • young codfish
  • verb:
    • Present participle of codle.

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