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dace

noun \ˈdās\
plural dace

Definition of DACE

1
:  a small freshwater European cyprinid fish (Leuciscus leuciscus)
2
:  any of various small North American freshwater cyprinid fishes

Origin of DACE

Middle English dace, darce, from Anglo-French dars, from Medieval Latin darsus
First Known Use: 15th century

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