An edible Eurasian freshwater fish of the minnow family, popular with anglers. It can hybridize with related fishes, notably rudd and bream
A curve, in or out, in the edge of a sail, especially in the leech of a fore-and-aft sail
The rudd, Scardinius erythrophthalmus, which sometimes has slate-blue coloration on the back.
In an animal: a back with a convex profile due to an arched spine. Occasionally as adjective: = roach-backed.
A clip for holding the butt of a marijuana cigarette
A van or truck from which snack food is sold, especially one thought to be unhygienic.
A horse's mane that is cut short so that it stands up in a curve or roach.
A type of cockroach trap.
A type of rod used in fishing for roach.
Of an animal: having a convex profile due to an arched spine.
A device for holding a roach to prevent it burning the fingers.
That crawls or is infested with roaches.