Lungfish
Lungfish Lung"fish`, n. (Zo["o]l.) Any fish belonging to the Dipnoi; -- so called because they have both lungs and gills. [1913 Webster]

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  • lungfish — [luŋ′fish΄] n. pl. lungfish or lungfishes (see FISH) any of two orders (Ceratodiformes and Lepidosireniformes) of lobefins having lungs as well as gills …   English World dictionary

  • lungfish — 1883, from LUNG (Cf. lung) + FISH (Cf. fish) (n.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Lungfish — For the band, see Lungfish (band). Lungfishes Temporal range: Early Devonian–Recent …   Wikipedia

  • lungfish — /lung fish /, n., pl. (esp. collectively) lungfish, (esp. referring to two or more kinds or species) lungfishes. any of various slender, air breathing fishes of the order (or subclass) Dipnoi, of rivers and lakes in Africa, South America, and… …   Universalium

  • lungfish — /ˈlʌŋfɪʃ / (say lungfish) noun (plural lungfish or lungfishes) any of several elongated tropical freshwater fishes of the order Dipnoi, as the Queensland lungfish, that breathes by means of modified lung like structures as well as gills. See… …   Australian English dictionary

  • lungfish — noun Date: 1883 any of an order (Dipnoi) of bony fishes that breathe by a modified swim bladder as well as gills …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • lungfish — noun air breathing fish, of the class Dipnoi, that have four limblike appendages instead of fins …   Wiktionary

  • lungfish — n. any of several fish that have both gills and lungs (found in Australia, Africa, and South America) and live in freshwater swamps and pools …   English contemporary dictionary

  • lungfish — flushing …   Anagrams dictionary

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