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blenny

noun blen·ny \ˈble-nē\
plural blennies

Definition of BLENNY

:  any of numerous usually small and elongated marine fishes (especially families Blenniidae and Clinidae) including scaled and scaleless forms

Origin of BLENNY

Latin blennius, a sea fish, from Greek blennos
First Known Use: 1769

Rhymes with BLENNY

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