barracudina /ˌbarəkuːˈdiːnə/


I. noun

a slender-bodied predatory fish with a long head, found in open oceans.

●Family Paralepididae: numerous species, including Paralepis atlantica.
– origin from American Spanish, diminutive of barracuda (see barracuda), which it resembles.

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