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Baccalà in Venice, Italy.

Baccalà is Italian for salted cod, known in English as clipfish. In other languages, it is called bacalhau (Portuguese), bacalao (Spanish), bacallà (Catalan), morue (French), klippfisk (Scandinavian), and saltfiskur (Icelandic).

Baccalà and spanking[edit]

Because in the old days, in Italian households, this dried out flattened fish was frequently used as a paddle for spankings, the term baccalà was often used as a term for spanking; as in, "You better behave yourself or I'll give you baccalà!", or "You want me to give you baccalà?”

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