Definition of gadoid in English:

gadoid

Syllabification: ga·doid
Pronunciation: /ˈgādoid
 
/

noun

Zoology
A bony fish of an order (Gadiformes) that comprises the cods, hakes, and their relatives.
More example sentences
  • Most assessments on capture-induced skin injury have been conducted on gadoids and herring.
  • Rockling fry, like those of other gadoids, drift at the surface for their first few months.
  • By-catches of gadoids and hake in the Nephrops fisheries are often considerable.

Origin

mid 19th century: from modern Latin gadus (from Greek gados 'cod') + -oid.

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