Syle
Syle Syle, n. [See {Sile} a young herring.] (Zo["o]l.) A young herring ({Clupea harengus}). [Also written {sile}.] [1913 Webster]

But our folk call them syle, and nought but syle, And when they're grown, why then we call them herring. --J. Ingelow. [1913 Webster]


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