noun, plural (especially collectively) lungfish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) lungfishes.
any of various slender, air-breathing of the order (or subclass) Dipnoi, of rivers and lakes in Africa, South America, and Australia, having a lunglike air bladder as well as gills and growing to a length of 3 to 6 feet (0.9 to 1.8 meters).
noun (pl) -fish, -fishes
any freshwater bony fish of the subclass Dipnoi, having an air-breathing lung, fleshy paired fins, and an elongated body. The only living species are those of the genera Lepidosiren of South America, Protopterus of Africa, and Neoceratodus of Australia
1883, from lung + fish (n.).
Any of several tropical freshwater fish of the order or subclass Dipnoi that, in addition to having gills, have lunglike organs for breathing air. Lungfish have a long, narrow body, and certain species can survive periods of drought inside a mucus-lined cocoon in the mud. The lungfish and the coelacanths are the only living lobe-finned fishes.
noun 1. any of various trematodes, as Paragonimus westermani, parasitic in the lungs of humans and other mammals.
noun A brassiere (1940s+)
[loo ng-gee, loo n-jee] /ˈlʊŋ gi, ˈlʊn dʒi/ noun 1. a cloth used as a turban, scarf, sarong, etc., in India, Pakistan, and Burma. 2. a loincloth worn by men in India. /ˈlʊŋɡiː/ noun 1. a long piece of cotton cloth worn as a loincloth, sash, or turban by Indian men or as a skirt
[luhnj] /lʌndʒ/ noun 1. a sudden forward thrust, as with a sword or knife; stab. 2. any sudden forward movement; plunge. verb (used without object), lunged, lunging. 3. to make a lunge or thrust; move with a lunge. verb (used with object), lunged, lunging. 4. to thrust (something) forward; cause to move with a lunge: […]