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smolt

smolt

noun \ˈsmōlt\

Definition of SMOLT

:  a young salmon or sea trout about two years old that is at the stage of development when it assumes the silvery color of the adult and is ready to migrate to the sea

Origin of SMOLT

Middle English (Scots)
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with SMOLT

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