Sardine

The name describing several varieties of weak-boned fish including the Alewife, French Sardine, Herring, and Sprat. Named after the French island of Sardina. Often salted, smoked, or canned and packed in oil, tomato, or mustard sauce.
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Sardine

Waters:Mediterranean and Southern European coasts are home to so-called 'true anchovy.' Other species harvested along Pacific and Atlantic coasts. Description (in water): Small bright-silver fish that swim in schools. Description (in market): Anchovies have white, off-white or grayish flesh with a smooth, fatty texture and rich flavor. After curing
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Sardine

Waters:Coastal saltWaters worldwide Description (in water): 'Sardine' is a general name for the tiny, silvery marine fish that swim in large schools near the surface of the water. The name is often used interchangeably with sprat, pilchard, and herring. Sardines harvested in U.S. coastal Waters are actually young herring, while so-called 'true' sar
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sardine

[n] - small fatty fish usually canned 2. [n] - any of various small edible herring or related food fishes frequently canned
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Sardine

Sar'dine noun [ French sardine (cf. Spanish sardina , sarda , Italian sardina , sardella ), Latin sardina , sarda ; confer Greek ..., ...; so called from the island of Sardinia , Greek ....] (Zoology) Any one of several small species of
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Sardine

Sar'dine noun See Sardius .
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sardine

<zoology> Any one of several small species of herring which are commonly preserved in olive oil for food, especially the pilchard, or European sardine (Clupea pichardus). The California sardine (Clupea sagax) is similar. The American sardines of the Atlantic coast are mostly the young of the common herring and of the menhaden. ... Origin: F.
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sardine

pilchard noun small fatty fish usually canned
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Sardine

• (n.) See Sardius. • (n.) Any one of several small species of herring which are commonly preserved in olive oil for food, especially the pilchard, or European sardine (Clupea pilchardus). The California sardine (Clupea sagax) is similar. The American sardines of the Atlantic coast are mostly the young of the common herring and of the men
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sardine

any of certain food fishes of the herring (q.v.) family, Clupeidae, especially members of the genera Sardina, Sardinops, and Sardinella; the name ... [2 related articles]
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sardine

  1. small fatty fish usually canned
  2. any of various small edible herring or related food fishes frequently canned
  3. a deep orange-red variety of chalcedony
  4. small fishes found in great schools along coasts of Europe; smaller and rounder than herring

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sardine

sardine: see herring.
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Sardine

The sardine are several small fish of the herring family.
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sardine

Common name for various small fishes (pilchards) in the herring family. Six species of sardine are generally recognized: five in the Pacific and Indian Oceans (Sardinops species) and Sardinia pilchardus in the Atlantic and Mediterranean. In 1998 US researchers announced, following analysis of mitochondrial ...
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Sardine

Sardines, or pilchards, are common names used to refer to various small, oily fish within the herring family of Clupeidae. The term sardine was first used in English during the early 15th century and may come from the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, around which sardines were once abundant. The terms sardine and pilchard are not precise, and wha
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Sardine

Small Sardina pilchardus (Walbaum)
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Sardine

[food] Sardines are a common type of fish consumed by humans, as sardines are rich in nutrients. They are commonly served in cans, but fresh sardines are often grilled, pickled or smoked. Sardines, or pilchards, are several types of small, oily fish related to herrings, family Clupeidae. The term sardine was first used in English during the
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