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salmonid

[ sal-muh-nid ]
/ ˈsæl mə nɪd /
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adjective
belonging or pertaining to the family Salmonidae, including the salmons, trouts, chars, and whitefishes.
noun
a salmonid fish.
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Origin of salmonid

First recorded in 1865–70, salmonid is from the New Latin word Salmonidae name of the family. See salmon, -id2
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British Dictionary definitions for salmonid

salmonid
/ (ˈsælmənɪd) /

noun
any fish of the family Salmonidiae
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