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stromateid

[ stroh-muh-tee-id ]
/ ˌstroʊ məˈti ɪd /
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noun

any of numerous small marine fishes of the family Stromateidae, having a laterally compressed body and an expanded muscular esophagus, often lined with teeth.

adjective

belonging or pertaining to the Stromateidae.

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Origin of stromateid

<New Latin Stromateidae name of the family, equivalent to Stromate(us) a genus <Greek strōmateús bed-covering of patchwork, a kind of fish, (derivative of strôma, stem strōmat- mattress; see stroma) + New Latin -idae-id2
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