noun white·fish \ˈhwīt-ˌfish, ˈwīt-\

Definition of WHITEFISH

a :  any of various freshwater salmonid food fishes (especially of genera Coregonus and Prosopium) found usually in cold northern waters
b :  any of various fishes resembling the true whitefishes
c British :  any of various market fishes with white flesh that is not oily
:  the flesh of a whitefish especially as an article of food

First Known Use of WHITEFISH

15th century


May 28, 2015
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