American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A greenish elongated English apple used for cooking.
- n. A small unripe apple.
- n. A young cod.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. plural Green peas.
- n. An unripe apple.
- n. An apple to be stewed, or used only when stewed.
- n. One of several cultivated varieties of kitchen apple with large or medium-sized fruit.
- n. A testicle. Sylvester, Du Bartas.
- n. plural Limestones partially burnt.
- n. The young of the common cod when about the size of the whiting.
- n. A gadoid fish of the genus Phycis, as the American P. chuss and P. tenuis.
- n. A balk sawed into lengths for staves.
- n. A small, immature apple
- n. Any of various greenish, elongated English apple varieties, used for cooking
- n. A small, young cod
- n. A hake (cod-related food fish), notably from the genus Urophycis.
- v. present participle of codle.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Zoöl.) A young cod; also, a hake.
- n. young codfish
- codle + -ing (Wiktionary)
- Alteration of Middle English querdlyng, possibly from Anglo-Norman *querdelion, lionheart : Old French cuer, heart; see courage + de, of (from Latin dē; see de-) + Old French lion, lion; see lion. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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“At first I thought it was the oriental fruit moth; then I was sure it was the brown marmorated stink bug; this year I blamed codling moths.”
“• Cooking apples are distinctly tart when raw a pH around 3 and sugar content around 12%, well-balanced when cooked, and have a firm flesh that tends to maintain its structure when heated in pies or tarts, rather than falling immediately into a puree or—as in some early “codling” varieties— into a fluffy froth.”
“Also sometimes middling turbot, with whiting, codling and large flounders; the small fish, as above, they sell in the country.”
“Other dishes were served in inventive presentations of sauces and florid concoctions of combined ingredients, from porpoise and peas in onion wine sauce, to sturgeon roe and gurnard flanks, to great plaice and codling pie in sauce vert.”
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