noun ar·cher·fish \ˈär-chər-ˌfish\

Definition of ARCHERFISH

:  any of several small East Indian bony fishes (genus Toxotes and especially T. ejaculator of the family Toxotidae) that catch insects by stunning them with water ejected from their mouths

First Known Use of ARCHERFISH

circa 1889


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