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wee·ver

 (wē′vər)
n.
Any of several marine fishes of the family Trachinidae of the eastern Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Black Sea, having venomous spines on the gill cover and first dorsal fin.

[Old North French wivre, serpent, weever; see wyvern.]

weever

(ˈwiːvə)
n
(Animals) any small marine percoid fish of the family Trachinidae, such as Trachinus vipera of European waters, having venomous spines around the gills and the dorsal fin
[C17: from Old Northern French wivre viper, ultimately from Latin vīpera viper]
Translations

weever

[ˈwiːvəʳ] Npeje m araña
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Weever fish are small, sandycoloured fish that lie in the sand.
A FISHERMAN stung by the deadly weever fish has issued a warning to the public having seen a rise in their numbers on the coast.
He borrows the phrase "rage against the dead" from one John Weever, who is now principally remembered for documenting funeral monuments eventually destroyed after his own death, as was his own: the rage against the dead that Weever polemically describes in order to justify his own practice seems to have had more effect after him than before him.
Paul White, 64, from Wrexham was left fighting for breath after being stung by a weever fish while fishing off the pier on the beach at Trefor at around 8.
AN elderly man who picked up a weever fish has been airlifted to hospital with respiratory problems after he was stung by the poisonous spines on the fish, pictured.
He said: "Quick, we need to get your foot into boiling water, you've been stung by a weever fish.
com)-- Weever Media and its German subsidiary App Marketing Agentur (AMA) continues to be a leading agency since 2010.
Igualmente, debe considerarse que la proyeccion de estas dos imagenes fue el resultado no solo de la adopcion de un antiguo y un nuevo testamentos, sino tambien de la ampliacion de la escala de los intereses y valores de Estados Unidos, conforme cambiaba su posicion material en la configuracion del poder internacional (Buzan y Weever 2003, 271-272; Aron 1973; Waltz 1993, 56-57).
It was the first-ever visit to the country by CDB officials, a trip, which covered meetings with Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams, the Governor and Ministers Ted Richardson, Martin Hassink and Cornelius de Weever.
Jacqueline de Weever evaluates the three generations as "fierce and independent grandmother, compliant daughter, rebellious granddaughter" (141).
Lewis Weever and Leon Brennan crossed as the former Super League outfit regained their rhythm.
See the testament of John Weever in David George, reed: Lancashire, (Toronto, 1991), 29.