Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
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First published 1934 (SND Vol. I).
BAGGET, BAGGIT, BAGGOT, n.1 A name given to the coal-fish, or Gadus carbonarius.Sc. [e. coast] 1903 G. Sim Vertebrate Fauna of “Dee” 238:
Gadus virens, Linn. Coal Fish . . . “Baggot.” This species is caught in great numbers, but is not considered of high quality. They are usually split, salted, and dried.Bnff. 1900 J. A. Harvie-Brown in Bnffsh. Jnl. (5 June) 8:
Upon landing the “baggit” showed four or five big, full, ripe, orange ova, the size of buckshot.Mearns 1853 Stonehaven Jnl. (24 May) 2/6:
Wilks, dulse, tangles, and among the finny tribe the bagget . . . were eagerly sought after.
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