scrod

noun
\ˈskräd \
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Definition of scrod 

: a young fish (such as a cod or haddock) especially : one split and boned for cooking

First Known Use of scrod

1841, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for scrod

probably from British dialect (Cornwall) scrawed, past participle of scraw, scrawl to split, salt, and lightly dry (young fish)

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scrod

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English Language Learners Definition of scrod

: a young fish (such as a cod or a haddock) that is eaten as food

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