Definition of sea robin in English:

sea robin

Syllabification: sea rob·in

noun

A gurnard (fish), especially one of warm seas that has winglike pectoral fins that are brightly colored.
  • Family Triglidae: several genera and many species
More example sentences
  • In N. America, where the name sea robin is often used, the gurnards are little used for food.

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