blindcat

[ blahynd-kat ]
/ ˈblaɪndˌkæt /

noun

any of several catfishes, as Satan eurystomus(widemouth blindcat ) of Texas, that inhabit underground streams and have undeveloped eyes and unpigmented skin.

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Origin of blindcat

blind + cat (in the sense “catfish”)
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