flying gurnard definition

  • noun:
    • some of various chiefly exotic marine fishes regarding the family Dactylopteridae, having greatly enlarged, winglike pectoral fins that enable gliding through the water.
    • Any tropical marine seafood regarding the category of Dactylopteridae having immense wing-like pectoral fins regularly glide through water
    • A flying-fish of this family members Cephalacanthidæ or Dactylopteridæ. Also referred to as flying-robin. See flying-fish , and cut under Dactylopterus.
    • exotic fish with huge fanlike pectoral fins for underwater sliding; not related to searobins
    • any one of different chiefly tropical marine fishes associated with family Dactylopteridae, having greatly enlarged, winglike pectoral fins that enable gliding through the water.
    • Any tropical marine seafood of the category of Dactylopteridae having enormous wing-like pectoral fins accustomed glide through the liquid
    • A flying-fish of the household Cephalacanthidæ or Dactylopteridæ. Also called flying-robin. See flying-fish , and cut under Dactylopterus.
    • exotic seafood with huge fanlike pectoral fins for underwater sliding; unrelated to searobins
    • any one of different chiefly exotic marine fishes associated with household Dactylopteridae, having significantly enlarged, winglike pectoral fins that enable gliding through the water.
    • any one of different chiefly exotic marine fishes of the family Dactylopteridae, having greatly increased, winglike pectoral fins that enable gliding through water.
    • any one of different chiefly tropical marine fishes associated with household Dactylopteridae, having greatly enlarged, winglike pectoral fins that enable gliding through liquid.
    • Any tropical marine seafood associated with group of Dactylopteridae having enormous wing-like pectoral fins always glide through the water
    • Any exotic marine fish regarding the category of Dactylopteridae having immense wing-like pectoral fins used to glide through liquid
    • some of different chiefly exotic marine fishes for the family members Dactylopteridae, having significantly increased, winglike pectoral fins that facilitate gliding through the water.
    • Any tropical marine seafood of this family of Dactylopteridae having immense wing-like pectoral fins regularly glide through the liquid
    • Any tropical marine fish associated with the category of Dactylopteridae having immense wing-like pectoral fins regularly glide through the water
    • A flying-fish of the family Cephalacanthidæ or Dactylopteridæ. Also called flying-robin. See flying-fish , and cut under Dactylopterus.
    • A flying-fish of the family Cephalacanthidæ or Dactylopteridæ. Also called flying-robin. See flying-fish , and cut under Dactylopterus.
    • some of various chiefly tropical marine fishes for the family Dactylopteridae, having considerably increased, winglike pectoral fins that facilitate gliding through the liquid.
    • A flying-fish of family members Cephalacanthidæ or Dactylopteridæ. Also called flying-robin. See flying-fish , and cut-under Dactylopterus.
    • Any tropical marine fish for the group of Dactylopteridae having immense wing-like pectoral fins familiar with glide through liquid
    • exotic seafood with huge fanlike pectoral fins for underwater gliding; not related to searobins
    • exotic fish with huge fanlike pectoral fins for underwater gliding; not related to searobins
    • A flying-fish associated with family members Cephalacanthidæ or Dactylopteridæ. Also called flying-robin. See flying-fish , and cut under Dactylopterus.
    • tropical fish with huge fanlike pectoral fins for underwater sliding; not related to searobins
    • exotic fish with huge fanlike pectoral fins for underwater sliding; unrelated to searobins
    • A flying-fish associated with the family members Cephalacanthidæ or Dactylopteridæ. Also called flying-robin. See flying-fish , and cut under Dactylopterus.
    • exotic seafood with huge fanlike pectoral fins for underwater sliding; not related to searobins
  • adjective:
    • a species of gurnard associated with genus Cephalacanthus or Dactylopterus, with very large pectoral fins, said to be capable fly like the flying seafood, but not for so excellent a distance.
    • a species of gurnard regarding the genus Cephalacanthus or Dactylopterus, with huge pectoral fins, said to be capable fly like the flying fish, not for so great a distance.
    • a species of gurnard associated with genus Cephalacanthus or Dactylopterus, with large pectoral fins, reported to be able to travel just like the traveling seafood, but not for so excellent a distance.
    • a species of gurnard associated with the genus Cephalacanthus or Dactylopterus, with huge pectoral fins, reported to be in a position to fly like traveling seafood, yet not for so excellent a distance.
    • a species of gurnard associated with the genus Cephalacanthus or Dactylopterus, with large pectoral fins, considered able to travel like traveling fish, yet not for so excellent a distance.
    • a species of gurnard for the genus Cephalacanthus or Dactylopterus, with very large pectoral fins, considered capable travel just like the traveling fish, not for so great a distance.
    • a species of gurnard associated with the genus Cephalacanthus or Dactylopterus, with large pectoral fins, considered capable travel like traveling seafood, not for so excellent a distance.

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