Codle

Co"dle

(?), v. t. See Coddle.
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Cod"lin

(?),

Cod"ling

(?) }, n. [Cf. AS. codppel a quince.] (a) An apple fit to stew or coddle. (b) An immature apple.
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A codling when 't is almost an apple.
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Codling moth (Zol.), a small moth (Carpocapsa Pomonella), which in the larval state (known as the apple worm) lives in apples, often doing great damage to the crop.
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