gularis

noun gu·laris \g(y)üˈla(a)rə̇s, güˈlär-\

Definition of gularis

plural

-es

  1. :  either of two West African top minnows: a :  a topminnow (Fundulopanchax gularis) —called also yellow gularis b :  a top minnow (F. coeruleus) —called also blue gularis

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Origin and Etymology of gularis

New Latin, perhaps from Latin gula gullet, throat + -aris -ar


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