noun Date: 14th century a pond stocked with fish

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  • fishpond — n. a freshwater pond with fish. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Fishpond — was the code name given to an extension to the British H2S airborne radar system fitted to allied bombers during World War II. It was designed to give early warning of German night fighters approaching in the hemisphere below the carrying… …   Wikipedia

  • fishpond — [fish′pänd΄] n. a pond where fish are kept or bred …   English World dictionary

  • Fishpond — Recorded as Fishpond, Fishpool and Fishpoole, this is an English surname. As Fishpool it is locational from a village near Mansfield in the county of Nottinghamshire, or perhaps from Fishpool, a locality or suburb of the town of Bury in… …   Surnames reference

  • fishpond — 1) a freshwater pond in which fish are kept 2) an enclosed or gated coastal body of water used in aquaculture, e.g. in Hawaii for milkfish and bonefish. Fish enter on tides, through a gate or are stocked 3) the sea (jocular) 4) a depression in a …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • fishpond — /fish pond /, n. a small pond containing fish, often one in which edible fish are raised for commercial purposes, as for stocking lakes and streams or wholesaling. [1250 1300; ME; see FISH, POND] * * * …   Universalium

  • fishpond — noun A freshwater pond stocked with fish; especially one formerly attached to a monastery etc as a source of food …   Wiktionary

  • fishpond — Synonyms and related words: aquarium, artificial lake, bayou lake, cistern, dam, dead water, dike, etang, farm pond, freshwater lake, glacial lake, inland sea, lagoon, laguna, lake, lakelet, landlocked water, linn, loch, lough, mere, millpond,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • fishpond — n. pond for ornamental fish; pond in which edible fish are raised …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fishpond — fish•pond [[t]ˈfɪʃˌpɒnd[/t]] n. hua agr. a small pond containing fish • Etymology: 1250–1300 …   From formal English to slang

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