That is full of old armour, and dried herrings, and stockfish.
The stockfish is a dried and cured cod, split open and with the head removed.
Flesh and blood he is like other men, but surely nature meant him stockfish.
You have been held too long in this miserable suspension, neither maid nor wife, neither woman nor stockfish.
M'Intyre had to thaw his nose three times, and my chin and ears had twice got as hard as bits o' stockfish.
But he had already chucked his share of stockfish and hardtack, to the laughter of Svearek's men, when the gale started.
Occasionally, salted meats or stockfish were substituted for the herrings.
If one wants to be thirsty, the tail of a stockfish is as good for it as the head of a logician.
When the summer was far gone, he went out to Snowfellness to get him stockfish.
The coat in question is: "Gules, a stockfish argent, crowned with an open crown or."