barbudo

noun bar·bu·do \ bärˈbü(ˌ)dō \

Definition of barbudo

plural -s
1 :any of several threadfins used as food; especially :a common species (Polynemus virginicus) of the Caribbean and adjacent areas
2 :any of several berycoid fishes (genus Polymixia) widely distributed in the deeper waters of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans

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Origin and Etymology of barbudo

American Spanish, from Spanish, adjective, bearded, from barba beard, from Latin; from the barbels


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