haberdine


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haberdine

(ˈhæbəˌdiːn)
n
(Cookery) cookery a cod that has been dried and salted
References in classic literature ?
I will give you a few words from me, which I will write on a dried haberdine, for paper I have none; this you can take with you to the Finland woman, and she will be able to give you more information than I can.
When Gerda had warmed herself, and had eaten and drunk, the Lapland woman wrote a few words on a dried haberdine, begged Gerda to take care of them, put her on the Reindeer, bound her fast, and away sprang the animal.
Fish which is both salted and dried has a number of different names, some geographical or chronological, others based on distinctions of size, quality or taxonomy: examples include bacalao, haberdine, poor john, old ling, ling, lob, orgeys and klipfisk (Cutting 195 5; Innis 1940: 11; Vollan 1959).