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Topic: FISH

Date: 1500-1600
Language: Spanish
Origin: anchova, probably from Italian dialect ancioa, from Vulgar Latin apjua, from Greek aphye 'small fish'

anchovy

noun
     
an‧cho‧vy plural anchovies [uncountable and countable]
HBFDFF a very small fish that tastes strongly of salt
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