[klahy-ming-fish] /ˈklaɪ mɪŋˌfɪʃ/
noun, plural climbingfishes (especially collectively) climbingfish.
- Climbing fish
noun 1. an Asian labyrinth fish, Anabas testudineus, that resembles a perch and can travel over land on its spiny gill covers and pectoral fins
- Climbing frame
noun 1. a structure of wood or metal tubing used by children for climbing
noun 1. a woody vine, Hydrangea anomala, of eastern Asia, having shiny, egg-shaped leaves and flat-topped white flower clusters, and climbing by aerial rootlets.
noun 1. one of a pair of spiked iron frames, strapped to the shoe, leg, or knee, to help in climbing trees, telephone poles, etc.