Grilse



[grils] /grɪls/

noun, plural grilses (especially collectively) grilse.
1.
a young Atlantic salmon as it returns from the sea to fresh water for the first time.
/ɡrɪls/
noun (pl) grilses, grilse
1.
a young salmon that returns to fresh water after one winter in the sea

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