saurel

[sawr-uh l]

Origin of saurel

1880–85; < French, equivalent to saur- (< Late Latin saurus jack mackerel < Greek saûros sea fish) + -el noun suffix
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British Dictionary definitions for saurel

saurel

noun
  1. a US name for horse mackerel (def. 1)

Word Origin for saurel

C19: via French from Late Latin saurus, from Greek sauros, of obscure origin
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