It then passes to the next man, who with a scoop of his hand drops the cods liver in a basket and sends the head and offal flying.
And a little happiness will do more than all the cods in Hammerfest!
The cods follow them as the bloodhound follows his prey, and their compact masses literally line the shores.
A cart load of cods weighed by means of a double steel yard, one below and suspended from the other.
The cods represented the interests of the powerful burgher corporations.
Johnson read, as every man of sense would read, peas for 'cods.'
This Lupus marinus or Lycostomus is often taken by our seamen wch fish for cods I haue had diuers brought mee.
Beaver's cods are much used for wind in the stomach and belly, particularly of pregnant women.
cods head and shoulders with oyster sauce is a favorite dish.
Their overthrow finally ended the strife between Hooks and cods.
large sea fish, mid-14c. (late 13c. in a surname, Thomas cotfich), of unknown origin; despite similarity of form it has no conclusive connection to the widespread Germanic word for "bag" (e.g. Old English codd, preserved in codpiece). Cod-liver oil known since at least 1610s, was recommended medicinally since 1783, but not popular as a remedy until after 1825.
An abbreviation for “cash on delivery” or “collect on delivery.”