Piddock



[pid-uh k] /ˈpɪd ək/

noun
1.
any bivalve mollusk of the genus Pholas or the family Pholadidae, having long, ovate shells and burrowing in soft rock, wood, etc.
/ˈpɪdək/
noun
1.
any marine bivalve of the family Pholadidae, boring into rock, clay, or wood by means of sawlike shell valves See also shipworm

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