saibling

noun saib·ling \ ˈzīpliŋ , ˈsībl- \

Definition of saibling

plural -s
1 :a char (Salvelinus alpinus) of mountain streams of Europe
2 : sunapee trout

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Origin and Etymology of saibling

German, from German dialect (Bavaria), alteration of sälmling, from salm salmon (from Old High German salmo, from Latin) + -ling


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