noun pike·min·now \ˈpīk-ˌmi-(ˌ)nō\

Definition of pikeminnow

  1. :  any of several large freshwater fishes (genus Ptychocheilus of the family Cyprinidae) of rivers and lakes of western North America that have a long body, deeply forked tail, and large toothless mouth, and that feed chiefly on insects and other fish —called also squawfish


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