some of a number of widely distributed marine fishes for the household Scombridae, especially the Atlantic mackerel (Scomber scombrus), an important food seafood having dark wavy pubs regarding back and a silvery stomach.
Any of the smaller fishes regarding the suborder Scombroidea, including the Spanish mackerel.
Any of various similar fishes.
An edible seafood associated with household Scombridae, usually speckled.
A pimp; in addition, a bawd.
Any species of the genus Scomber associated with family Scombridae, as well as a number of associated genera. They've been finely formed and very active oceanic fishes. Many are very prized for meals.
One of several different fishes regarding the family members Scombridæ, and particularly any seafood regarding the genus Scomber.
The bonito, Sarda chilensis.
the most popular mackerel of beside the littlest of the four commercial sizes (huge, seconds, tinkers, blinks), that are designed to suggest correspondingly four, three, two, plus one years of development.
(See in addition frigate-mackerel.)
A pander or pimp.
In Australia, a fish, Scomber antarcticus, Castln., much like the chub mackerel, Scomber Japonicus, Houttuyn; in New Zealand, Scomber australasious, Cuv. and Val.
flesh of very important often little (to 18 in) fatty Atlantic fish
any one of various fishes for the family members Scombridae