Definition of sei in English:

sei

Syllabification: sei

noun

Another term for sei whale.
More example sentences
  • The air is thick with gannets, and over the years, I have encountered blue, sei, humpback and minke whales and orcas within a stone's throw of the rock.
  • As it just so happens - and this is pure coincidence - the meat from the minke, sei and sperm whales analytically slaughtered during the sheerly scientific research program is sold commercially.
  • Those known to visit British waters include the humpback, fin, sei and giant blue whales; and, at the other end of the size scale, the little minke or piked whale.

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