Crossword clues for salmon
- Crayola color since 1949
- Yellowish pink
- Canned fish
- Smoked fish
- Pinkish hue
- Sockeye, e.g
- Nova or lox
- Pinkish orange
- Grizzly bear's catch
- Common sushi fish
- Chinook or coho
- "Red" fish dish
- Waterfall-jumping fish
- Sockeye ___
- River leaper
- Quinnat and sockeye
- Pink fish
- Migratory game fish
- Lox, e.g
- Grizzly bear's tasty catch
- Fish that is known for swimming upstream to spawn
- Fish that goes upstream
- Fish sometimes served smoked
- Fish served on a cedar plank
- Fish ladder user
- Fish (often smoked)
- Columbia River catch
- Chinook, for one
- British Columbia's ____ Arm
- British Columbia angler's choice
- Bluegrass jam band Leftover ___
- Anadromous swimmers
- (Now mainly farmed) fish
- Man's seldom indisposed, eating fine prepared fish
- Game fish
- Light yellowish-pink
- Waterfall jumper
- Gravlax base
- Upstream swimmer
- Pink shade?
- Catch for a grizzly
- Shade of pink
- Any of various large food and game fishes of northern waters
- Flesh of any of various marine or freshwater fish of the family Salmonidae
- Usually migrate from salt to fresh water to spawn
- A tributary of the Snake River
- With 37 Across, fish dish
- Chinook, e.g
- Sockeye, for one
- ___ Chase, Chief Justice: 1864-73
- Coho or sockeye
- Male in shop getting fish
- Male entering hairdresser’s? That’s fishy!
- Colour; fish
- Squirrel's introduction to nut curtailed by fish
- Sockeye, the swimmer
- Sockeye, for example
- Fish served in delicious almonds
- Fish served by maid primarily in reception room
- Pink exhibition room incorporates museum's entrance
- Pink bum finally squeezed into shop
- Perm finally in hairdresser’s place for swimmer
- Food fish
- Fish dish
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Ceratodus \Ce*rat"o*dus\, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ke`ras, ke`ratos horn + ? tooth.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of ganoid fishes, of the order Dipnoi, first known as Mesozoic fossil fishes; but recently two living species have been discovered in Australian rivers. They have lungs so well developed that they can leave the water and breathe in air. In Australia they are called salmon and baramunda. See Dipnoi, and Archipterygium.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
early 13c., from Anglo-French samoun, Old French salmun (Modern French saumon), from Latin salmonem (nominative salmo) "a salmon," probably originally "leaper," from salire "to leap" (see salient (adj.)), though some dismiss this as folk etymology. Another theory traces it to Celtic. Replaced Old English læx, from PIE *lax, the more usual word for the fish (see lox). In reference to a color, from 1786.
a. Having a yellowish pink colour. n. 1 One of several species of fish, typically of the Salmoninae subfamily. 2 (qualifier: plural '''salmons''') A yellowish pink colour, the colour of cooked salmon. 3 (context Cockney rhyming slang English) snout (tobacco; from ''salmon and trout'')
n. any of various large food and game fishes of northern waters; usually migrate from salt to fresh water to spawn
a tributary of the Snake River in Idaho [syn: Salmon River]
flesh of any of various marine or freshwater fish of the family Salmonidae
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Salmon is the common name for several species of ray-finned fish in the family Salmonidae. Other fish in the same family include trout, char, grayling and whitefish. Salmon are native to tributaries of the North Atlantic (genus Salmo) and Pacific Ocean (genus Oncorhynchus). Many species of salmon have been introduced into non-native environments such as the Great Lakes of North America and Patagonia in South America. Salmon are intensively farmed in many parts of the world.
Typically, salmon are anadromous: they are born in fresh water, migrate to the ocean, then return to fresh water to reproduce. However, populations of several species are restricted to fresh water through their lives. Various species of salmon display anadromous life strategies while others display freshwater resident life strategies. Folklore has it that the fish return to the exact spot where they were born to spawn; tracking studies have shown this to be mostly true. A portion of a returning salmon run may stray and spawn in different freshwater systems. The percent of straying depends on the species of salmon. Homing behavior has been shown to depend on olfactory memory.
The web color salmon is displayed at right.
The first recorded use of salmon as a color name in English was in 1776.
The actual color of salmon flesh varies from almost white to light orange, depending on their levels of the carotenoid astaxanthin due to how rich a diet of krill and shrimp the fish feeds on; salmon raised on fish farms are given artificial coloring in their food.
Salmon is any of several species of fish of the family Salmonidae.
Salmon may also refer to:
Salmon ( Śalmōn) or Salmah (שַׂלְמָה Śalmāh) is a person mentioned in genealogies in both the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) and in the New Testament.
He is the son of Nahshon, and married Rahab, possibly she of Jericho, by whom he had Boaz. Thus, according to the Biblical genealogies, Salmon is the patrilineal great-great-grandfather of David. Salmon is mentioned in 1 Chronicles 2:10-11, Ruth 4:20,21, Matthew 1:4-5, and Luke 3:32.
Salmon is a surname. Alternative spellings are Salmons, Sammon and Sammons.
The Salmon Protocol is a message exchange protocol running over HTTP designed to decentralize commentary and annotations made against newsfeed articles such as blog posts. It allows a single discussion thread to be established between the article's origin and any feed reader or "aggregator" which is subscribing to the content. Put simply, that if an article appeared on 3 sites A (the source), B and C (the aggregates), that members of all 3 sites could see and contribute to a single thread of conversation regardless of site they were viewing from.
Usage examples of "salmon".
During the day they played cards, ate until they were bursting, took gritty siestas that left them exhausted, and as soon as the sun was down the orchestra began to play, and they had anisette with salmon until they could eat and drink no more.
Sarafornia is pleasantly homey, a clean, bright, cheery bastion for late risers who prefer to eat their huevos rancheros or salmon and eggs at noon.
Since rusty particles are always suspended in this sky, future generations of humans, born and living out their lives on Mars, will consider that salmon color to be as natural and familiar as we consider our homey blue.
They lunched at the Glenmoriston Hotel, talking happily about a variety of subjects while they ate smoked salmon flan, steak and kidney pie, and followed these with pears stuffed with marrons glacis and covered with a brandy flavoured cream.
Healy, Mr Justice Fitzgibbon, John Howard Parnell, the reverend Tinned Salmon, Professor Joly, Mrs Breen, Denis Breen, Theodore Purefoy, Mina Purefoy, the Westland Row postmistress, C.
The quinnat or spring salmon is the largest and best table fish, and is followed in the latter part of the summer by the sockeye, which runs in enormous numbers up the Fraser and Skeena rivers.
Another important discovery is the identification of salmonoid fish scale from these same levels, suggesting that these peoples fished for salmon as well as hunted.
Turn off the heat and sprinkle the sesame oil over the liquid, then spoon some of this sauce over the salmon, scatter the scallion shreds overall, and serve with the pepper flakes or seven-spices on the side.
Pile the greens on 3 plates, and top with the salmon, blue cheese, scallions, and almonds, in that order, then serve.
Ali Fathi, still slicing thin shives, as of restaurant smoked salmon, from a foot-sole.
John Macnab writes from London to three proprietors, same as Jim Tarras used to do, and proposes to take a deer or a salmon on their property between certain dates.
Barrett stared up at the salmon moon and reached into his pocket to finger the little trilobite before he remembered that he had given it to Hahn.
Grizzly bears can also be predatory, capturing salmon, small animals like ungulate mammal calves from deer or elk, and other smaller animals they can catch.
Llandovery, from which place you may visit the scenes of this legend, is a charming little town in East Carmarthenshire, situated in glorious surroundings of mountains, vale, and moorland, where some of the finest salmon and trout fishing in South Wales may be enjoyed.
She ate the smoked salmon and finished off the Chardonnay, rechilled with lumps of ice, among the many lacy white pillows of her huge low bed.