Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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BLADDOCK, n. A rough piece. [′blɑdɔk] n.Ir. 1884  Cruck-a-Leaghan and Slieve Gallion Lays and Leg. of N. of Ireland 88:
But a thing that the Priest call'd a “bladdock” av bone.

[Blad (see Blaud, n.2) + -ock, pejorative suff.]

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