Oldwife



[old-wahyf] /ˈɒldˌwaɪf/

noun, plural oldwives.
1.
any of various fishes, as the alewife, the menhaden, or a West Indian fish of the family Balistidae.
2.
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/ˈəʊldˌwaɪf/
noun (pl) -wives
1.
another name for old squaw
2.
any of various fishes, esp the menhaden or the alewife

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