Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In ichthyology, a genus of gadoid fishes closely resembling Gadus proper, but having the lower jaw protrusive, with a rudimentary or obsolete barbel, and the teeth of the upper jaw subequal. It contains the true pollack and the green pollack, or coalfish, of the North Atlantic, both sometimes called
green-cod, and P. chalcogrammus of the North Pacific. See cut under coalfish.
- n. pollack.
“The pollack (_Gadus pollachius_) and coal-fish (_Gadus virens_) come next in esteem.”
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