shiner

Waters:Atlantic and Gulf coasts (most species); there is one Pacific species. Description (in water): A small fish (average 8 oz.; max. 10 inches long) with a round, flat body and forked tail. The deep blue back fades into a steely, silvery belly. Its scales are fine, almost nonexistent. Description (in market): Butterfish have dark, sweet, richly flavorful meat that's high in fat and tender in texture. ...

shiner

  1. a bruise caused by a blow to the eye
  2. important food fish of the North Atlantic and Mediterranean; its body is greenish-blue with dark bars and small if any scales
  3. any of numerous small silvery North American cyprinid fishes especially of the genus Notropis

shiner

[n] - a bruise caused by a blow to the eye 2. [n] - something that shines (with emitted or reflected light) 3. [n] - any of numerous small silvery North American cyprinid fishes especially of the genus Notropis
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Shiner

• (n.) Any one of numerous species of small freshwater American cyprinoid fishes, belonging to Notropis, or Minnilus, and allied genera; as the redfin (Notropis megalops), and the golden shiner (Notemigonus chrysoleucus) of the Eastern United States; also loosely applied to various other silvery fishes, as the dollar fish, or horsefish, menhad...
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shiner

noun any of numerous small silvery North American cyprinid fishes especially of the genus Notropis
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Shiner

[fish] Shiner is a common name used in North America for any of several kinds of small, usually silvery fish, in particular a number of cyprinids, but also e.g. the shiner perch (Cymatogaster aggregata). Cyprinid shiners are: Image:Notropis maculatus.jpg|Notropis maculatus, an eastern shiner Image:Pteronotropis signipinnis.jpg|Flagfin shine...
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Shiner

[Ottawa] Shiners were gangs of Irish immigrants that formed in the early days of Bytown, later Ottawa, mainly active during the 1830s. After the completion of the Rideau Canal in 1832, many Irish workers were left unemployed. The timber industry, the major economic activity in the region at the time, mainly employed French-Canadian labourer...
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Shiner

Shin'er noun That which shines. Specifically: (a) A luminary. (b) A bright piece of money. [ Slang] « Has she the shiners , d' ye think?» Foote. (c) (Zoology) Any one of numerous species of small freshwater American cyprinoid fishes, belongin...
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shiner

A member of the shiner family often used for bait. The most common in Arizona is the gold shiner.
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Shiner

A mirror or other reflecting object used illegally to see hidden cards.
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Shiner

A stretcher laid on its edge to show its broadest face.
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shiner

any of several small North American fishes of the minnow (q.v.) group.
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Shiner

any of several subspecies of baitfish characterized by silver or golden scales along their sides; size generally runs from 2 to 12 inches
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Shiner

Shiner is slang for a black eye.
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shiner

shiner: see minnow.
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