n. A bag.n. A pillow; a bolster; a cushion.n. Any husk, shell, envelop, or case containing the seeds of a plant; a pod.n. The scrotum.n. The belly; paunch.n. plural The testicles.n. The narrow part at the extremity of a trawl-net, usually 4 or 5 feet wide and 10 feet long. See trawl-net.To inclose in a cod.To form an involucre; become a codling: said of an apple.n. The common English name of the Gadus morrhua, an anacanthine fish of the family Gadidæ, and its best-known representative.n. A chiroid fish, Ophiodon elongatus, of the Pacific coasts of North America, universally called cod and codfish where the true cod is unknown. Also called cultus-cod.n. A serranoid fish, Polyprion oxygeneios, of New Zealand, properly called hapuka.n. In New Zealand, the rock-cod.n. Misapplied at San Francisco to a sebastine fish, Sebastichthys flavidus, and about Puget Sound to a chiroid fish, Hexagrammus decagrammus.n. A serranoid fish, Serranus (?) cuvieri, of South Africa.n. A percophidoid flsh, Percis colias, of New Zealand.To make fun of or play practical jokes upon.To play practical jokes.n. A practical joke; a guy; a grind.n. The bearing of a car-axle; a bush.To fish for cod.An abbreviation of Codex.