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- another term for pollock
- ‘All I could remember was heady days hauling in saithe, sea bass and mackerel by the barrowload.’
- ‘Young saithe, where available, are highly esteemed, e.g. ‘breaded’ with oatmeal and fried, as in Shetland.’
- ‘Moving into deeper waters in the fjords you'll encounter shoals of mackerel, saithe and juvenile cod, and on the high-energy sites there are walls of orange dead man's fingers, plumose and dahlia anemones.’
- ‘When prompted on the delicate question of feeding, Matt informed me that the sharks were fed saithe, a local white fish, three times a week and given extra vitamins.’
- ‘For a Norwegian combined fishing and whaling vessel, typically 65 feet in length, this means passing the seasons catching saithe, herring, cod and minke whales.’
Mid 16th century: from Old Norse seithr.
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