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ho·ki

 (hō′kē)
n. pl. hoki or hok·is
A marine fish (Macruronus novaezelandiae) of southwest Pacific waters, having a silvery-blue body with a tapering tail and often used for manufactured food products. Also called blue grenadier.

[Maori.]

hoki

(ˈhɒkiː)
n, pl hoki
(Animals) an edible saltwater fish, Macruronus novaezeelandiae, of southern New Zealand waters
[Māori]
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