anadromous /əˈnadrəməs/


I. adjective

[Zoology] (of a fish such as the salmon) migrating up rivers from the sea to spawn.

The opposite of catadromous.
– origin mid 18th cent.: from Greek anadromos (from ana- ‘up’ + dromos ‘running’) + -ous.

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