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barramundi

noun, plural bar·ra·mun·di \ˌber-ə-ˈmən-dē, ˌba-rə-\
bar·ra·mun·di also bar·ra·mun·dis

Definition of BARRAMUNDI

:  a catadromous bony fish (Lates calcarifer of the family Centropomidae) with a greenish-bronze back and silvery sides that is found from the Persian Gulf to southern China and Australia and is valued as a sport and food fish

Origin of BARRAMUNDI

probably from an Australian aboriginal language of Queensland
First Known Use: 1864

Rhymes with BARRAMUNDI

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