creole-fish

[ kree-ohl-fish ]
/ ˈkri oʊlˌfɪʃ /

noun, plural cre·ole-fish·es, (especially collectively) cre·ole-fish.

a deep-sea fish, Paranthias furcifer, of the sea bass family, inhabiting tropical Atlantic waters.

Nearby words

  1. crenulation,
  2. creodont,
  3. creole,
  4. creole continuum,
  5. creole tomato,
  6. creolize,
  7. creolized,
  8. creon,
  9. creophagous,
  10. creosol

Origin of creole-fish


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