Nomeus

noun
No·me·us | \nōˈmēəs\

Definition of Nomeus 

: a genus (the type of the family Nomeidae) of fishes including the man-of-war fish

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History and Etymology for Nomeus

New Latin, from Greek, herdsman; akin to German nemein to distribute, pasture

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