scrod

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Etymology[edit]

Perhaps from an obsolete Dutch term schrood ‎(slice, shred), from Middle Dutch schrode, schroode (in which case, it is ultimately cognate to shred). Compare East Frisian schrod ‎(small or worthless thing; shred).

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scrod ‎(plural scrods)

  1. (New England, sometimes New York) Any cod, pollock, haddock, or other whitefish.

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scrod

  1. (nonstandard, New England, humorous) simple past tense and past participle of screw

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