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Definition of the noun Albacora

What does Albacora mean as a name of something?

Albacora is a genus of Scombridae, described by Jordan in 1888.


Albacora is a ship.

Phrases with Albacora

Phrases starting with the word Albacora:

  1. Albacora Thynnus
  2. Albacora Alalonga

Phrases ending with the word Albacora:

  1. Genus Albacora
  2. Germo Albacora
  3. Orcynus Albacora
  4. Thunnus Albacora
  5. Thynnus Albacora
  6. Neothunnus Albacora
  7. Species Germo Albacora
  8. Species Orcynus Albacora
  9. Species Thunnus Albacora
  10. Species Thynnus Albacora
  11. Species Neothunnus Albacora

Other phrases containing the word Albacora:

  1. Species Albacora Thynnus
  2. Species Albacora Alalonga
  3. Neothunnus Albacora Brevipinna
  4. Neothunnus Albacora Longipinna
  5. Neothunnus Albacora Macropterus
  6. Subspecies Neothunnus Albacora Brevipinna
  7. Subspecies Neothunnus Albacora Longipinna

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Albacora

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Google preview11th Advances in Reliability Technology Symposium (2012)

by P. Comer

Albacora is an oil field located on the continental shelf off the coast of Brazil. The project is being conducted by Petroleo Brasileiro SA- PETROBRAS, owners of the field. Because subsea systems consists of several identical components and ...

Google previewChile Footprint Handbook (2009)

by Janak Jani

Albacora is a delicious fish, available mainly in quality restaurants. Ceviche, fish marinated in lemon juice, is usually made with corvina. There is an almost bewildering array ofshellfish. Look out forchoritos,cholgasandchoros maltón ( varieties ...

Google previewInternational Trade Law (2013)

by Indira Carr, Peter Stone

Since Albacora is a House of Lords' decision and is ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (2013)

by Walter W. Skeat

albacor, albacora (Span. albacora). Said to be of Arab. origin (N. E. D.). ALBATROSS, a large sea-bird. (Port. —Span. —Arab.-- Gk.) The word occurs in Hawkesworth's Voyages, A. D. 1773, (Todd's Iohnson). 'The name albatross is a ...

Google previewFood Cultures of the World Encyclopedia (2011)

by Ken Albala

albacora (albacore tuna), pejerreyes ( whiting), bacalao (cod), róbalo (haddock), merluza (hake), almejas (clams), choritos (sea barnacles), erizo (sea urchin), and jurel (mackerel). Among the species ...

Google previewConcise Oxford English Dictionary (2011)

Luxury Edition by Angus Stevenson, Maurice Waite

albacora, from Arab. alabakdra, perh. from al 'the' + bakur 'premature, precocious' .

Google previewThe Century Dictionary (1914)

An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language

albacor, albacora, albecora =Sp. albacora, ...

Google previewNew International Encyclopedia (1914)

albacora, from Ar. al, the -f- bakr, a young camel, a heifer), A tunny, especially the long- finned, or alalonga. See Tunny. AL'BA LON'GA. An ancient town of Latium, founded, according to the ...

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Scrabble value of A1L1B3A1C3O1R1A1

The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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