[lee-ster] /ˈli stər/

a spearlike implement having three or more prongs, for use in spearing fish.
verb (used with object)
to spear (fish) with a leister.
a spear with three or more prongs for spearing fish, esp salmon
(transitive) to spear (a fish) with a leister


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