noun sau·ry \ˈsr-ē\
plural sauries

Definition of SAURY

:  a widely distributed fish (Scombresox saurus) of temperate waters of the Atlantic that resembles the related needlefishes; also :  a similar widely distributed fish (C. saira) of temperate waters of the Pacific

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Origin of SAURY

New Latin saurus lizard
First Known Use: circa 1771


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