glassfish

[glas-fish, glahs-]
noun, plural (especially collectively) glass·fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) glass·fish·es.
  1. any small, transparent marine, brackish, or freshwater fishes of the genus Chanda (or Ambassis), native to Africa and the Indo-Pacific region and popular in home aquariums.

Origin of glassfish

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