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pollack

noun pol·lack \ˈpä-lək\
plural pollack or pollock

Definition of POLLACK

1
:  a commercially important North Atlantic food fish (Pollachius virens) related to and resembling the cods but darker
2
:  a commercially important northern Pacific food fish (Theragra chalcogramma) of the cod family that closely resembles the pollack —called also walleye pollack

Variants of POLLACK

pol·lack or pol·lock \ˈpä-lək\

Origin of POLLACK

Middle English poullok, perhaps from ScotGael pollag or Irish pollóg
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with POLLACK

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