vendace

noun ven·dace \ˈvendə̇s also -ˌdās\

Definition of vendace

plural

vendace

also

vendaces

  1. :  a whitefish (Coregonus vandesius) native to various lakes of Scotland and England

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Origin and Etymology of vendace

New Latin vandesius, from Middle French vandoise, probably of Celtic origin; akin to Old Irish find white


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