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catalufa

[ kat-l-oo-fuh ]
/ 藢k忙t l藞u f蓹 /
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noun, plural (especially collectively) cat路a路lu路fa, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) cat路a路lu路fas.
any of several bigeyes, as Pristigenys serrula(popeye catalufa ), found in the Pacific Ocean.
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Origin of catalufa

<Cuban Spanish catalufa, cataluja, variant of catalineta, derivative of the personal name Catalina
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