(in the 15th and 16th centuries) a flap or cover for the crotch in men’s hose or tight-fitting breeches, usually matching the costume and often decorated.
a bag covering the male genitals, attached to hose or breeches by laces, etc, worn in the 15th and 16th centuries
mid-15c., “a bagged appendage to the front of the breeches; often conspicuous” [OED], from Old English codd “a bag, pouch, husk,” in Middle English, “testicles” (common Germanic, cf. Old Norse koddi “pillow,” Dutch kodde “bag”) + piece (n.).
noun 1. one of two drivers who take turns to drive a car, esp in a rally
[kod] /kɒd/ noun, plural (especially collectively) cod (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) cods. 1. any of several soft-rayed food fishes of the family Gadidae, especially Gadus morhua, of cool, North Atlantic waters. 2. a closely related fish, Gadus macrocephalus, of the North Pacific. 3. any of several unrelated fishes, as rockfishes […]
[kodz-wol-uh p] /ˈkɒdzˌwɒl əp/ noun, British Slang. 1. nonsense; rubbish. /ˈkɒdzˌwɒləp/ noun 1. (Brit, slang) nonsense n. said to be from 19c. (but first attested 1963), perhaps from wallop, British slang for “beer,” and cod in one of its various senses, perhaps “testicles.”
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abbreviation 1. County Durham