cockatouche

noun cock·a·touche \ˈkäkəˌtüsh, -təsh\
variants: or

cockatush

\ˈkäkəˌtüsh, -təsh\

Definition of cockatouche

plural

cockatouches

or

cockatushes

  1. :  a small freshwater fish (Triglopsis thompsonii) of the family Cottidae living in deep waters of the Great lakes and Canadian arctic streams

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Origin and Etymology of cockatouche

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