noun sca·la·re \skə-ˈler-ē, -ˈlär-\

Definition of SCALARE

:  angelfish 2

Origin of SCALARE

New Latin, specific epithet, from Latin, neuter of scalaris; from the barred pattern on its body
First Known Use: 1928

Rhymes with SCALARE


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