cathole

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cathole

(ˈkætˌhəʊl)
n
(Nautical Terms) one of a pair of holes in the after part of a ship through which hawsers are passed for steadying the ship or heaving astern
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A wealthy women used to go down to poorer districts to instruct working-class women on how they could prepare Crappit heid (a soup with cod's head).
An a pucklie seed fell intae gweed grun an it grew an crappit a hunnerfaul.
EATING crappit heid is one of the world's 1000 greatest experiences, according to a new guide book.
It says crappit heid - cod's head stuffed with oats, onion and liver - is "surprisingly tasty and healthy".
The book adds: "It's getting harder to find crappit heid on Scottish menus as it can be a difficult dish to prepare and the name scares many people away.