noun, plural nam·ay·cush·es, (especially collectively) nam·ay·cush.
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During the morning I dropped a troll and landed the first namaycush of the trip—a seven-pound fish.The Long Labrador Trail|Dillon Wallace
“We might catch some whitefish and namaycush,” suggested Andy.
“You was lonesome enough up at the Namaycush Lake tilt,” Andy retorted.
Of course Andy was proud, though he did not claim all the credit of catching the big namaycush.
The site of the nest (southeast corner of the lake) was near the area supporting the most lake trout (Cristivomer namaycush).Birds Found on the Arctic Slope of Northern Alaska|James W. Bee