Definition of lumpfish
: a northern Atlantic usually greenish fish (Cyclopterus lumpus of the family Cyclopteridae) having rows of nodules on the body and eggs used as a caviar
Origin of lumpfish
obsolete English lump lumpfish (probably from Dutch lomp blenny, loach) + English fish
First Known Use: circa 1620
Rhymes with lumpfish
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