noun cor·vi·na \kr-ˈvē-nə\

Definition of CORVINA

:  any of several marine bony fishes (genus Cynoscion of the family Sciaenidae) of the Pacific coast of North America

Origin of CORVINA

American Spanish, from Spanish — more at corbina
First Known Use: 1787


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