Check out a clip from this exclusive interview with scad President and Founder Paula Wallace at the 2014 Savannah Film Festival.
I see a man who looks as though the world had used him bad; it sets my jaded heart aglow to give him half a scad.
This accordingly doing, we came to the eastern side of Loudon-hill, the trysted place, shortly after the first scad of the dawn.
c.1600, Cornish name for a type of fish (also known as horse mackerel) abundant on the British coast; of uncertain origin, perhaps a variant of shad. OED compares Welsh ysgaden "herrings," Norwegian dialectal skad, Swedish skädde "flounder."