Parr

The young of salmonid fish.
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Parr

• (n.) A young leveret. • (n.) A young salmon in the stage when it has dark transverse bands; -- called also samlet, skegger, and fingerling.
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parr

<marine biology> A young salmonid, in the stage between alevin and smolt, that has developed distinctive dark parr marks on its sides and is actively feeding in fresh water. (Compare (fingerling and fry.) ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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parr

noun a young salmon up to 2 years old
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Parr

[artist] Parr (1893, near Cape Dorset - 3 November 1969, Cape Dorset) was an Inuit artist who lived a traditional Inuit lifestyle until 1961, when he settled in Cape Dorset because of declining health and a hunting accident. There he began to draw and make stonecut relief prints, creating over 2000 works in the next eight years. These are m...
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Parr

Parr noun [ Confer Gael. & Ir. bradan a salmon.] (Zoology) (a) A young salmon in the stage when it has dark transverse bands; -- called also samlet , skegger , and fingerling . (b) A young leveret.
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Parr

A parr is a young salmon with transverse bands living in a river and under two years old.
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Parr

a stage of development in the life of a salmon and trout between alevin and smolt when the young have developed parr marks and are actively feeding in fresh water
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Parr

A young trout, salmon or char, usually in the so-called fingerling stage.
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Parr

A young trout, salmon or char, usually in the so-called fingerling stage.
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Parr

A young trout, salmon or char, usually in the so-called fingerling stage.
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Parr

The developmental life stage of salmon and trout between alevin and smolt, when the young have developed parr marks and are actively feeding in fresh water.
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parr

young salmon
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Parr

Young salmon and trout up to two years old, distinguishable from smolts by the dark bars (parr marks) on their sides
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parr

[n] - Queen of England as the 6th wife of Henry VIII (1512-1548) 2. [n] - a young salmon up to 2 years old 3. [n] - the young of various fishes
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