finnock

noun fin·nock
variants: or less commonly finnoc \ˈfinək\

Definition of finnock

plural -s
: a European sea trout: such as
a : a pale or whitish Scottish sea trout
b : a young or grilse sea trout

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Origin and Etymology of finnock

Scottish Gaelic fionnag whiting, from fionn white; akin to Old Irish find white, Welsh gwyn, Cornish guyn, Breton gwenn white, Latin vidēre to see


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