pollock

[ pol-uhk ]
/ ˈpɒl ək /

noun, plural pol·locks, (especially collectively) pol·lock.Chiefly British.

Also called saithe. a North Atlantic food fish, Pollachius virens, of the cod family.

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Origin of pollock

variant of pollack

Definition for pollock (2 of 2)

Pollock
[ pol-uhk ]
/ ˈpɒl ək /

noun

Sir Frederick, 1845–1937, English legal scholar and author.
Jackson, 1912–56, U.S. painter.
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Pollock
/ (ˈpɒlək) /

noun

Sir Frederick. 1845–1937, English legal scholar: with Maitland, he wrote History of English Law before the Time of Edward I (1895)
Jackson. 1912–56, US abstract expressionist painter; chief exponent of action painting in the US
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