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gray·ling

 (grā′lĭng)
n. pl. grayling or gray·lings
Any of several freshwater salmonid fishes of the genus Thymallus of northern North America and Eurasia, having a small mouth and a large dorsal fin and valued as a food and game fish.
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grayling

(ˈɡreɪlɪŋ)
n, pl -ling or -lings
1. (Animals) any freshwater salmonoid food fish of the genus Thymallus and family Thymallidae, of the N hemisphere, having a long spiny dorsal fin, a silvery back, and greyish-green sides
2. (Animals) any butterfly of the satyrid genus Hipparchia and related genera, esp H. semele of Europe, having grey or greyish-brown wings
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gray•ling

(ˈgreɪ lɪŋ)

n.
any freshwater game fish of the genus Thymallus, related to the trout.
[1400–1450]
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