noun pid·dock \ˈpi-dək, -dik\

Definition of PIDDOCK

:  a bivalve mollusk (family Pholadidae, especially genera Pholas and Barnea) that bores holes in wood, clay, and rocks

Origin of PIDDOCK

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1851


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