Vendace Ven"dace, n. (Zo["o]l.) A European lake whitefish ({Coregonus Willughbii}, or {Coregonus Vandesius}) native of certain lakes in Scotland and England. It is regarded as a delicate food fish. Called also {vendis}. [1913 Webster]

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  • vendace — [ven′dās΄] n. pl. vendace or vendaces [OFr vandoise, dace < Gaul * vindisia < * vindos, white; akin to Welsh gwynn] any of various European whitefishes (genus Coregonus) of the lakes of England and Scotland …   English World dictionary

  • vendace — /ven dis, days/, n., pl. vendaces, (esp. collectively) vendace. a whitefish, Coregonus vandesius, inhabiting lakes in Scotland and England. [1690 1700; orig. Scots, appar. < F vandoise, OF vendoise any of various cyprinid fish ( < Gallo Rom… …   Universalium

  • Vendace — Coregonus Coregonus …   Wikipédia en Français

  • vendace — noun Two types of whitefish, Coregonus albula and Coregonus vandesius. Syn: European cisco …   Wiktionary

  • vendace — [ vɛndɪs] noun an edible whitefish found in lakes in northern Europe. [Coregonus albula.] Origin C18: from obs. Fr. vendese, from a base related to Welsh gwyn white …   English new terms dictionary

  • vendace — ven·dace …   English syllables

  • vendace — /ˈvɛndeɪs/ (say vendays) noun either of two species of whitefish of the genus Corogenus, C. vandesius or C. gracilior. {Old French vendese, ? from Celtic *vindasia, from *vindos white (compare Old Irish find white), influenced by dace} …   Australian English dictionary

  • vendace — n. a small delicate fish, Coregonus albula, found in some British lakes. Etymology: OF vendese, oise f. Gaulish …   Useful english dictionary

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