noun, plural (especially collectively) scad, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) scads.
Origin of scad1
Definition for scad (2 of 2)
noun Usually scads.
Origin of scad2
Examples from the Web for scad
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This accordingly doing, we came to the eastern side of Loudon-hill, the trysted place, shortly after the first scad of the dawn.Ringan Gilhaize|John Galt
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.Uncle Walt [Walt Mason]|Walt Mason
British Dictionary definitions for scad
noun plural scad or scads
Word Origin for scad
Word Origin and History for scad
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."