jurel

noun
ju·​rel | \hü-ˈrel \

Definition of jurel 

: any of several carangid fishes (such as a jack crevalle) of warm seas

First Known Use of jurel

circa 1772, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for jurel

Spanish

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