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corbina

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noun cor·bi·na \kȯr-ˈbē-nə\

Definition of corbina

  1. :  a coastal marine croaker (Menticirrhus undulatus) favored by surf casters along the California coast



Origin and Etymology of corbina

Mexican Spanish, from Spanish corvina, a marine fish (Argyrosomus regius), from feminine of corvino of a raven, from Latin corvinus


First Known Use: 1901


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