See under pikeblenny.
any of several tropical American clinid fishes of the genus Chaenopsis, as C. ocellata (bluethroat pikeblenny) the male of which is noted for its aggressive behavior in defending its territory.
an American hound having a usually black, tan, and white coat flecked or mottled with black, used in hunting foxes and raccoons. Historical Examples The Duck-footed Hound James Arthur Kjelgaard
an Old World titmouse, Parus caeruleus, having a cobalt-blue crown. Historical Examples Country Walks of a Naturalist with His Children W. Houghton In the West Country Francis A. Knight Poachers and Poaching John Watson Country Walks of a Naturalist with His Children W. Houghton
a viral disease of sheep and sometimes cattle, transmitted by biting insects and characterized by high fever, excessive salivation, swelling of the face and tongue, and cyanosis of the tongue. noun an Australian lizard, Tiliqua scincoides, having a cobalt-blue tongue noun (vet science) a viral disease of domestic and wild ruminants transmitted by arthropods and […]
a large Australian lizard, Tiliqua scincoides, characterized by having a cobalt-blue tongue.