Scleropages

noun Scle·rop·a·ges \sklə̇ˈräpəˌjēz\

Definition of Scleropages

  1. :  a genus of large fishes (family Osteoglossidae) of Australia and Asia including the saratoga and arowana

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Origin and Etymology of scleropages

New Latin, from Greek sklēropagēs firmly put together, from sklēr- scler- + -pagēs (from pagos fixed, fastened, from pēgnynai to fix, fasten together)


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