See also: padlé

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

padle (plural padles)

  1. (Scotland, dated) Cyclopterus lumpus, the lumpsucker or lumpfish.
    • 1807, “Fish Market”, in The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, volume 69, page 364:
      The Padle of our market is the male Lump fish (Cyclopterus Lumpus.) The female is called Hush by our fishers; but it is seldom brought to market, being much inferior to the male for the table.
    • 1809, John Roberton, A Treatise on Medical Police, and on Diet, Regimen:
      The male lump-fish, or padle, is brought to market in April and May.
    • 1838, Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society for the years 1831-37, volume 7:
      The Lump Fish or Padle, as it is named in Scotland is often taken in the Firth of Forth in the salmon-nets and Musselburgh and Queensferry, generally about the month of June, and entirely disappears after the month of August.

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English paddle.

VerbEdit

padle (imperative padle or padl, present tense padler, passive padles, simple past and past participle padla or padlet, present participle padlende)

  1. to paddle (a canoe, kayak etc.)

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English paddle.

VerbEdit

padle (present tense padlar, past tense padla, past participle padla, passive infinitive padlast, present participle padlande, imperative padle/padl)

  1. to paddle (a canoe, kayak etc.)

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SloveneEdit

ParticipleEdit

pádle

  1. feminine plural l-participle of pásti (to fall)