Moki



[moh-kee] /ˈmoʊ ki/

noun, plural Mokis (especially collectively) Moki.
1.
(def 1).
/ˈməʊkɪ/
noun (pl) mokis, moki
1.
either of two edible sea fish of New Zealand, the blue cod (Percis colias) or the bastard trumpeter (Latridopsis ciliaris)

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