[ kat-l-oo-fuh ]
/ ˌkæt lˈu fə /
noun, plural (especially collectively) cat·a·lu·fa, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) cat·a·lu·fas.
any of several bigeyes, as Pristigenys serrula (popeye catalufa), found in the Pacific Ocean.
Origin of catalufa
< Cuban Spanish catalufa, cataluja, variant of catalineta, derivative of the personal name Catalina
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