Definition of torgoch in English:

torgoch

Line breaks: tor|goch
Pronunciation: /ˈtɔːgɒx
 
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noun

  • (In Wales) an Arctic charr (fish).
    More example sentences
    • To the others’ surprise, we have finished the work after 9 p.m. There is Milda waiting in the loghouse with just-hunted fresh torgochs and trouts.

Origin

early 17th century: Welsh, from tor 'belly' + coch 'red'.

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