[ kawr-bee-nuh ]
/ kɔrˈbi nə /
a game fish, Menticirrhus undulatus, of the croaker family, inhabiting Pacific coastal waters of North America.
any of various related fish.
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Also cor·vi·na [kawr-vee-nuh] /kɔrˈvi nə/ .
Origin of corbina
First recorded in 1900–05; from Spanish corvina, feminine of corvino, from Latin corvīnus “of or relating to ravens,” so named from its black fins; see corvine
Words nearby corbina
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