ballan wrasse /ˈbalən/


I. noun

a large European wrasse (fish) of rocky shores and reefs, popular as an angling fish.

Labrus bergylta, family Labridae.
– origin mid 18th cent.: ballan from Irish ballán, from ball ‘spot’.

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