from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of pickerel.
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Lubbin Smith and Geen Titcum got fiting at resess today and the bell rung before eether had licked. i bet on Lubbin. i went down for some more pikerel today but the river is two deep now.
i bet we will ketch her. we bated it with a peace of pikerel.
a half pence; 3 codfish, 9 and three-quarter pence; 4 stockfish ... salmon, 12 pence, 3 tench, 9 pence, 1 pikerel, 12 roach and perch, half