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bloodfin

[ bluhd-fin ]
/ ˈblʌdˌfɪn /
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noun
a South American characin fish, Aphyocharax rubropinnis, having a silvery body and bright red fins: popular in home aquariums.
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British Dictionary definitions for bloodfin

bloodfin
/ (ˈblʌdˌfɪn) /

noun
a silvery red-finned South American freshwater fish, Aphyocharax rubripinnis : a popular aquarium fish: family Characidae (characins)
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