Meaning of rodden fluke in English:

rodden fluke

Pronunciation /ˌrɒd(ə)n ˈfluːk/

noun

(also roden fluke)
Scottish
  • The turbot, Scophthalmus maximus. Compare "rawn-fluke", "roan-fluke".

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in John Sinclair (1754–1835), agricultural improver, politician, and codifier of ‘useful knowledge’. From rodding (with reference to the copious spawn of the fish) + fluke.