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rudderfish

[ ruhd-er-fish ]
/ 藞r蕦d 蓹r藢f瑟蕛 /
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noun, plural (especially collectively) rud路der路fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) rud路der路fish路es.
any of various fishes having the habit of following behind ships, as a pilot fish.
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Origin of rudderfish

First recorded in 1725鈥35; rudder + fish
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