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gadoid

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adjective ga·doid \ˈgā-ˌdȯid, ˈga-\

Definition of gadoid

  1. :  resembling or related to the cods

gadoid noun


Origin of gadoid

New Latin Gadus, genus of fishes, from Greek gados, a fish


First Known Use: circa 1842


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