scallop means: Bivalve Mollusk, with fan-shaped shell and ribbed shell. Only the adductor muscle is sold in the U.S., which opens the shell and closes it. Bay scallops are smaller and sweeter than their deep-sea counterparts. (in Cooking Dictionary)

What else does scallop mean?

This mollusk has a creamy texture and a distinct flavor. The best bay scallops, and the finest se scallops. Layer the scallops with sauce. Sprinkle with the crumbs if desired. (in Cooking Dictionary)

Bake food is usually prepared in small pieces using a sauce. You can mix the sauce and food together, or arrange it in layers on a baking sheet with or without crumbs. (in Cooking Dictionary)

1. A thick dish, like “scalloped potatoes”. 2. To create a decorative edge along the raised edges of pie dough and other foods. 3. A fan-shaped mollusk. The most common types of supermarket seafood are bay scallops and larger sea scallops. (in Cooking Dictionary)

One of many marine bivalve Mollusks from the Pectinidae family, with fan-shaped shells and a radiating fluted pattern. (in Merlin Dictionary)

A scallop’s edible adductor muscle. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Shell of a scallop or similar dish used to bake and serve seafood. (in Merlin Dictionary)

A series of curve projections that form an ornamental border. (in Merlin Dictionary)

A series of curving projections can be used to edge cloth. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Bake in a casserole, often with breadcrumbs and milk. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Cut (meat) into small, boneless pieces. (in Merlin Dictionary)

For sale or eating, gather the scallops. (in Merlin Dictionary)