tullibee


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tul·li·bee

 (tŭl′ə-bē′)
[Canadian French toulibi, from Ojibwa dialectal *oto·lipi·.]

tullibee

(ˈtʌlɪˌbiː)
n
(Animals) a cisco of the Great Lakes of Canada, Coregonus artedii tullibee
[C19: from French toulibi, from Ojibwa]

tul•li•bee

(ˈtʌl əˌbi)

n.
a commercially important deep-bodied Canadian whitefish, Coregonus artedi tullibee.
[1780–90; < Canadian French toulibi < Ojibwa]
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