noun eu·la·chon \ˈyü-lə-ˌkän, -li-kən\
plural eulachon or eulachons

Definition of EULACHON

Origin of EULACHON

Chinook Jargon ulâkân, probably from Lower Chinook u-ƛalχʷə́n
First Known Use: 1807


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