gadus

IPA: gˈædɪs

Root Word: Gadus

noun

  • a genus of demersal fish in the family Gadidae, commonly known as cod, although there are additional cod species in other genera.

Examples of "gadus" in Sentences

  • Some fish commonly known as cod are unrelated to Gadus.
  • The methy is another common fish; it is the _gadus lota_, or burbot, of Europe.
  • TV jau vairākus gadus neskatos, tāpēc man likās, ka būtu forši, ja telefonā varētu ērti noskatīties jaunākās Latvijas televīzijas ziņas.
  • Promise of free-market utopia of eternal growth rings hollow - Irish Times Economic Woes in Latvia Fuel Public's Anger at Government - New York Times Avoiding Pakistan, New Supply Route to Afghanistan Opens - New York Times Rīgas internātskolas darbinieks divus gadus seksuāli izmanto mazgadīgos
  • Promise of free-market utopia of eternal growth rings hollow - Irish Times Economic Woes in Latvia Fuel Public's Anger at Government - New York Times Avoiding Pakistan, New Supply Route to Afghanistan Opens - New York Times Rīgas internātskolas darbinieks divus gadus seksuāli izmanto mazgadīgos I suspect the economic crisis will bring the EU closer together - perhaps not in a form of a federal state, but definitely closer to it than it is now.

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