dragonet definition

  • noun:
    • some of various little, frequently extremely colorful marine fishes associated with family members Callionymidae, having a slender human anatomy and a flattened mind.
    • A small dragon.
    • Any of the little perciform marine fish of the family Callionymidae found primarily inside exotic oceans of western Indo-Pacific, your family containing about 186 types in 18 genera.
    • just a little dragon.
    • a tiny British marine fish (Callionymuslyra); -- called additionally yellowish sculpin, fox, and gowdie.
    • just a little or younger dragon.
    • The English title of fishes of this genus Callionymus, household callionymidÅ“.
    • A name of the very big lizards of South America of this genus Crocodilurus (or Ada), belonging to the household TeiidÅ“ or AmeividÅ“.
    • little often extremely colorful scaleless marine bottom-dwellers; within exotic and cozy temperate seas of European countries and The united states

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