troutlet

troutlet

(ˈtraʊtlət) or

troutling

n
(Animals) a little trout
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"I would gladly eat a bit of something," said Don Quixote, "for I feel it would come very seasonably." The day happened to be a Friday, and in the whole inn there was nothing but some pieces of the fish they call in Castile "abadejo," in Andalusia "bacallao," and in some places "curadillo," and in others "troutlet;" so they asked him if he thought he could eat troutlet, for there was no other fish to give him.
After being told that all they have is a low-grade codfish, or "truchuela" (which functions as "troutlet" in Spanish), the would-be knight errant states: "Como haya muchas truchuelas [...] podran servir de una trucha" ["As there may be many troutlets [...] they could serve as one trout"] (1.2:127; my translation).
In "Mollarse," Miguel Anxo finally lands his first catch: a tiny troutlet. His childlike glee is the episode climax.
The investment group that took control of the property on July 17, 1996 includes Goldman Sachs' Whitehall Fund V which owns 50 percent; a David Rockefeller-led group that owns approximately 45 percent consisting of his entity, Prometheus Investors, LLC; the Agnelli family's Exor Group S.A.; Troutlet Investments Corporation controlled by Stavros Niarchos; two Tortola-based companies, Gribble Investments and Weevil Investments; and Rockprop, LLC consisting of Tishman Speyer and members of Chicago's Henry Crown & Company that own approximately 5 percent.
'T was in the prime of summer time, An evening calm and cool, And four-and-twenty happy boys Came bounding out of school: There were some that ran and some that leap'd, Like troutlets in a pool.
Within a week or ten days the little troutlets were sitting up and taking notice of flies and worms and things, and within a short time the goiter shrank down and the fish became literally as sound as a trout.