noun, plural (especially collectively) rock·fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) rock·fish·es.
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If I mought be so bold, ma'am, how far mought it be to a river they call the Rockfish?Horse-Shoe Robinson
John Pendleton Kennedy
He ax' de po' buckrah whar he got de mule, en de po' buckrah say his brer raise' de mule down on Rockfish Creek.The Conjure Woman
Charles W. Chesnutt
For cutting a road from Rockfish gap to Scott's and Nicholas's landing, 400.
You make the south side of the mountain near Rockfish Gap, one thousand seven hundred and twenty-two feet above Woods.
She had b'long' ter a gemman over on Rockfish, w'at died, en whose 'state ha' ter be sol' fer ter pay his debts.