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haddock Marine fish found in cold and temperate waters, primarily in the Northern Hemisphere. Dark grey and silver, it has a large, dark blotch near the pectoral fins. Length: to c.90cm (36in); weight: to 11kg (24.5lb). Family Gadidae; species Melanogrammus aeglefinus.

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had·dock / ˈhadək/ • n. (pl. same) a silvery-gray bottom-dwelling food fish (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) of the cod family, inhabiting North Atlantic coastal waters.

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haddock XIV. In AL. haddocus (XIII); prob. — AN. hadoc, var. of OF. (h)adot, pl. hadoz, haddos, of unkn. orig.

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haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) See GADIDAE.

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haddock White fish, Melanogrammus aeglefinus.

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haddock: see cod.

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