[had-uh k] /ˈhæd ək/
noun, plural (especially collectively) haddock (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) haddocks.
a North Atlantic food fish, Melanogrammus aeglefinus, of the cod family.
the rosefish, Sebastes marinus.
noun (pl) -docks, -dock
a North Atlantic gadoid food fish, Melanogrammus aeglefinus: similar to but smaller than the cod
late 13c., of unknown origin. Old French hadot and Gaelic adag, sometimes cited as sources, were apparently borrowed from English. OED regards the suffix as perhaps a diminutive.
[had-ing-tuh n] /ˈhæd ɪŋ tən/ noun 1. former name of .
[had-n-feeld] /ˈhæd nˌfild/ noun 1. a town in SW New Jersey.
[hey-deez] /ˈheɪ diz/ noun 1. Classical Mythology. 2. (in the Revised Version of the New Testament) the abode or state of the dead. 3. (often lowercase) . /ˈheɪdiːz/ noun 1. (Greek myth) 2. (New Testament) the abode or state of the dead 3. (often not capital) (informal) hell 1590s, from Greek Haides, in Homer the […]
[heyd] /heɪd/ noun 1. Geology. the angle between a fault plane and the vertical, measured perpendicular to the strike of the fault; complement of the dip. 2. Mining. the inclination of a vein or seam from the vertical. verb (used without object), haded, hading. 3. (of a fault, vein, or seam) to incline from a […]