The Baltic or adjustable cod (Gadus callarias), by some considered to be the younger for the common codfish.
Same as dorsal, n.
the rear of a novel.
The Baltic or adjustable cod (Gadus callarias), by some considered to be the younger of the common codfish.
A piece of things regularly cover the rear of a settle or seat, or hung at the rear of an altar or at edges of a chancel; particularly, a bit of rich things developing the rear of a chair of condition or a throne, reaching from canopy to your floor associated with the dais. In ecclesiastical usage today dossal. Formerly additionally dorser, dorsel, dosser.
a cod, formerly said to be a distinct types called the adjustable cod, Gadus callarias.