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Answer for the clue "Kind of roe", 4 letters:

Alternative clues for the word shad

A herring

Spawning fish

Variety of herring

Source of roe

Certain herring

Fish usually caught in the winter

Roe source

Migrating fish

Filleted fish

Trawler's haul

Herring kin

Cousin of a herring

Alewife's cousin

Fish that swims upstream

Skipjack herring, e.g.

Kohada, on a sushi menu

Fish that migrates from seawater to freshwater and back

Atlantic catch

Cousin of an alewife

Alewife's relative

The fish in John McPhee's "The Founding Fish"

Fish that can detect ultrasound

Source of some highly prized 19-Acrosses

Sprat relative

Deep-bodied herring

Herringlike fish

Herring type

Herring relative

Source of valuable eggs

Herring-like food fishes that migrate from the sea to freshwater to spawn

Bony flesh of herring-like fish usually caught during their migration to fresh water for spawning

Especially of Atlantic coast

Clupeid fish

Herring's relative

A source of roe

Relative of an alewife

One of the Alosa

A roe source

Caviar source

Food fish

___ roe

Menhaden's cousin

Menhaden's look-alike

Type of fly or frog

Alewife's kin

Bony fish

Alewife relative

Roe bestower

One source of roe

Roe producer

Herring's cousin

Hudson River fish

Sardine's cousin


Word definitions for shad in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Shad \Shad\ (sh[a^]d), n. sing. & pl. [AS. sceadda a kind of fish, akin to Prov. G. schade; cf. Ir. & Gael. sgadan a herring, W. ysgadan herrings; all perhaps akin to E. skate a fish.] (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of food fishes of the Herring...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. Any one of several species of food fishes that comprise the genus ''Alosa'' in the family Clupeidae, to which the herrings also belong; (vern river herring pedia=1).

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English sceadd "shad," important food fish in the Atlantic, possibly from Scandinavian (Norwegian dialectal skadd "small whitefish"); but compare Welsh ysgadan (plural), Irish and Gaelic sgadan "herring." OED says Low German schade may be from English.\n...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. bony flesh of herring-like fish usually caught during their migration to fresh water for spawning; especially of Atlantic coast herring-like food fishes that migrate from the sea to freshwater to spawn

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Shadrach Kabango (born July 18, 1982), better known by his stage name Shad or Shad K. , is a Canadian alternative hip hop recording artist and broadcaster. He was named as the new host of the CBC Radio One program q in March 2015.

Usage examples of shad.

Princess Sapphire and Prince Shad, the tragic madness of little Citrine Shield.

Shads jabbed the knuckles of her right hand at the base of his leftmost horn.

Shad ran for the table, saw the dinosaur lying splayed with his brain oozing down the brick wall behind him, the yellow body twitching in its final throes.

I came back through the mail slot and down the stairs, Shad was returning from the direction of the pucket dump.

If something takes Shad before me, Sapphire shall still follow me and reunification continue.

The round shader between the machines held fourteen different needles.

Cut a large shad into pieces, put a layer in the bottom of an earthen crock, sprinkle with salt, and add a few whole cloves, allspice, peppers, and bay-leaves.

Binkley had abandoned art and was prating of the unusual spring catch of shad.

Leaving her string of sons with Ginny Penn as the seasons passed, Lucy took to the woods with Silas when deer season began and was there in the boat when the shad and the cobia made their runs upstream during the spring to lay their eggs in fresh water.

Shad Johnson moved home to Natchez from Chicago specifically to run for mayor.

Shad are good in their way, but they do not run up the Pamunkey all the year.

Clean a four-pound striped bass and soak the soft roes of four shad in cold water.

Soak two shad roes for twenty minutes in seasoned olive-oil, drain and broil.

Parboil the shad roes in salted water to which a slice of lemon and a sprig of parsley have been added.

Butter a baking-dish, put in two shad roes, season with salt and pepper, and add half a cupful of white wine.