Cod (fish): "Cod" is a vernacular name in French for fish of several species of the order Gadiformes. These fish live in cold waters.
The word "cod" comes from the Celtic mor which means "sea" and / or from the Provençal morrude "gurnard") is a fish of cold seas, of the Gadidae family, which is only marketed under this name salted and dried; sold fresh or frozen, it is called "cod" (See Cod).
The Portuguese word bacalao desig ...
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