Definition of alalonga
: an albacore (Thunnus germo)
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Origin and Etymology of alalonga
Italian; alalonga, alalunga from ala fin, wing (from Latin ala wing) + longa, lunga, feminine of longo, lungo long, from Latin longus; alilonghi from ali (plural of ala) + longhi, plural of longo
First Known Use: 1803See Words from the same year
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