sea robin(redirected from Triglid)
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sea robinor sea·rob·in (sē′rŏb′ĭn)
Any of various bottom-dwelling marine fishes of the family Triglidae, having a bony head, winglike pectoral fins with two or three rays used as feelers, and the ability to produce sounds with the swim bladder. Also called gurnard.
(Animals) any of various American gurnards of the genus Prionotus and related genera, such as P. carolinus (northern sea robin)
any of various gurnards, esp. certain American species of the genus Prionotus, having large pectoral fins.
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|Noun||1.||sea robin - American gurnard; mostly found in bays and estuaries|
gurnard - bottom-dwelling coastal fishes with spiny armored heads and fingerlike pectoral fins used for crawling along the sea bottom