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Definition of the noun Alosa Finta
What does Alosa Finta mean as a name of something?
Alosa finta is a species of Alosa, described by Cuvier in 1829.
- synonym: species Alosa finta
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Chordata
- class: Actinopterygii
- order: Clupeiformes
- family: Clupeidae
- genus: Alosa
- species: Alosa agone
Phrases with Alosa finta
Phrases starting with Alosa finta:
- Alosa Finta Gracilis
- Alosa Finta Lacustris
- Alosa Finta Algeriensis
- Alosa Finta Rhodanensis
- Alosa Finta Killarnensis
Phrase ending with Alosa finta:
Other phrases containing Alosa finta:
- Subspecies Alosa Finta Gracilis
- Subspecies Alosa Finta Lacustris
- Subspecies Alosa Finta Algeriensis
- Subspecies Alosa Finta Rhodanensis
- Subspecies Alosa Finta Killarnensis
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Alosa finta
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A Technological Dictionary (1846)
Explaining the Terms of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Professions, and Trades by W. M. Buchanan
A migratory fish, the Alosa finta, Cuv. and Yarr.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1842)
Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
Alosa finta; Clupeafinta, Lacép. The veuth of the Flemish is more elongated than the shad, and has well-marked teeth in both jaws; there are five or six black spots along the flanks. It is found as far south as the Nile. Its taste is very inferior.
by W. M. Buchanan
A migratory fish, the Alosa finta, Cuv. and Yarr. Ordinary size about 12 or 14 inches long.
Alosa finta. Called also twaite-«had. and thwaite. [Shad, 3.] twftlta f2).su6« f. [Thwaite (l)t«l Woodland grubbed up unci converted mt<» arable laml. twal.twall , a.
A fish, Alosa finta, found in the Nile; the feint shad. Saburral colic. See *colic. Sabz (subz), n. [Hind., ( Pers. sabz, green.] A peculiar shade of green used in the decoration of East Indian pottery. sac2, n.–Coxal sacs .
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Alosa finta. [Shad, 3t Twaith- shad, Twaite.] twaite (2), s. [Thwaite (1% a] Wood land grubbed up and converted into arable laud. twal, twall, «. [Twelve.] Twelve. ( Scotch.) 1 You would give your fair bounds a square yard 'ot rock that would be ...
Alosa finta., Called also twaite-shad, and thwaite. [SHAD, 3.] twäite (2), subst. [ THwAITE (1), s.l. Wood land grubbed up and converted into arableland. twal, twall, a. [Twelve.] Twelve. (Scotch.) “You would give your fair, bounds and, barony for a ...
Alosa finta., Called also twaite-shad. and thwaite. [SHAD, 3.] ...
Alosa finta. Called also twaite-shad, and thwaite. [Siiad, 3.] twaite (2), subst. [ Thwaite (1). *.l Wood land grubbed up and converted into arableland. twal, twall, a.
Sabugha, smoked # A fish, Alosa finta, found in the Nile; the feint shad. - Saburral colic. See *colic. Sabz (subz), n. [Hind., ( Pers. sabz, green.] A peculiar shade of green used in the decoration of East Indian pottery. sac2, n.—Coxal sacs.
by John Ogilvie
A fish, the twaite shad (Alosa finta). Written also Thwaite. See SHAD. Twaite (twät ), n. converted into arable land. [Local.] Twall (twal), a. Twelve. [Scotch..] Twa- lofted (twä'loft-ed), a. Two-storied. Sir W. Scott. [Scotch.] Twalpennies (twal pen- niz) ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1914)
by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
A fish, Alosa finta, found in the Nile; the feint shad. Saburral colic. See *colic. sabz (subz ), n.
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