English hake

новозеландская мерлуза

English-Russian dictionary of fishery . 2014.

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  • English hake — australinė jūrinė lydeka statusas T sritis zoologija | vardynas taksono rangas rūšis atitikmenys: lot. Merluccius australis angl. English hake; haddock rus. австралийская мерлуза; новозеландская мерлуза ryšiai: platesnis terminas – jūrinės… …   Žuvų pavadinimų žodynas

  • hake — [[t]he͟ɪk[/t]] N VAR (hake is both the singular and the plural form.) A hake is a type of large edible sea fish. N UNCOUNT Hake is this fish eaten as food …   English dictionary

  • hake — UK [heɪk] / US noun Word forms hake : singular hake plural hake a) [countable] a type of large fish that lives in the North Atlantic Ocean b) [uncountable] this fish eaten as food …   English dictionary

  • hake — /heɪk / (say hayk) noun (plural hake or hakes) 1. → gemfish. 2. any of several marine gadoid fishes of the genus Merluccius, related to the cod, as M. merluccius of European coasts. 3. any of various related marine fishes, especially of the genus …   Australian English dictionary

  • hake — n. any marine fish of the genus Merluccius, esp. M. merluccius with an elongate body and large head. Etymology: ME perh. ult. f. dial. hake hook + FISH(1) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hake (surname) — Hake (alternatively Hakes) is a surname of English and Nordic origin, with Hakes being patronymic from Hake (Hakeson/Hakessonn).The orgins of Hake(s) are said to derive from the Old Norse word haki , which is cognate with the word hook and given… …   Wikipedia

  • hake — ► NOUN ▪ a large headed elongated food fish with long jaws and strong teeth. ORIGIN perhaps from Old English, «hook» …   English terms dictionary

  • hake — heɪk n. type of fish related to the cod …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Hake — Recorded as Hake and Hakes, this is an English surname, but one of early Scandinavian origins. It is well recorded in the eastern counties of England, those areas under pre 9th century Danish Viking influence. It derives from the Danish word hake …   Surnames reference

  • hake — 1) a common name applied to various members of the family Merlucciidae or Gadidae. Most English words involving hake refer to Merluccius merluccius, the European hake, fished around the shores of Britain. The word hake is Middle English, possibly …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Hake, Thomas Gordon — (1809 1895)    Hake was born at Leeds, though the family lived in Devonshire. His mother, widowed when he was young, secured him a place at Christ s Hospital School, London. He graduated in medicine from Glasgow University and practiced in many… …   British and Irish poets

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