Definition of Bacalao

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of bacalhau) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bacalao

1. codfish [n -LAOS] - See also: codfish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bacalao

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babyships
babysit
babysits
babysitted
babysitter
babysitter test
babysitters
babysitting
babysitting circle
babysittings
babytalk
babywear
babywise
bac
bacalao (current term)
bacalaos
bacampicillin
bacampicillin hydrochloride
bacaw
bacca
baccae
baccalaureat
baccalaureate
baccalaureates
baccalaureats
baccara
baccaras
baccarat
baccarats

Literary usage of Bacalao

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1. The Theory and Practice of Commerce and Maritime Affairs by Gerónimo de Uztáriz (1751)
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2. Pan-Pacific Cook Book: Savory Bits from the World's Fare by Linie Loyall McLaren (1915)
"bacalao—MEXICAN Fry a clove of garlic in a quarter of a cup of olive oil, skim out and add a quarter of a pound of peeled potatoes, sliced. ..."

3. Twenty-five Years in the Rifle Brigade by William Surtees (1833)
"Speaking of the latter, which is called by them bacalao, an officer of ours who kept a journal, when describing this place, says, " The natives catch a ..."

4. Cabot's Discovery of North America by George Edward Weare (1897)
"... too' (he adds), ' perhaps with a reference to ' baculus,' the Spanish ' bacalao,' Basque ... When an etymology seems so simple as that of bacalao ..."

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