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bonito

noun bo·ni·to \bə-ˈnē-(ˌ)tō, -ˈnē-tə\
plural bo·ni·tos or bo·ni·to

Definition of BONITO

:  any of several scombroid fishes (especially genera Sarda and Euthynnus) intermediate between the smaller mackerels and the larger tunas

Origin of BONITO

Spanish, from bonito pretty, diminutive of bueno good, from Latin bonus
First Known Use: 1565

Rhymes with BONITO

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