Definition of prowfish in English:


Line breaks: prow|fish
Pronunciation: /ˈpraʊfɪʃ/

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noun (plural same or prowfishes)

Any of a number of marine fishes that typically have dark spots and a dorsal fin extending the length of the body:
  • A scaleless Australian fish that has a deep head and tapers towards the tail (family Pataecidae: several genera).A fish of the North Pacific (Zaprora silenus, the only member of the family Zaproridae).

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