noun, plural salmons (especially collectively) salmon for 1–3.
a marine and freshwater food fish, Salmo salar, of the family Salmonidae, having pink flesh, inhabiting waters off the North Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America near the mouths of large rivers, which it enters to spawn.
any of several salmonoid food fishes of the genus Oncorhynchus, inhabiting the North Pacific.
a light yellowish-pink.
of the color salmon.
noun (pl) -ons, -on
any soft-finned fish of the family Salmonidae, esp Salmo salar of the Atlantic and Oncorhynchus species (sockeye, Chinook, etc) of the Pacific, which are important food fishes. They occur in cold and temperate waters and many species migrate to fresh water to spawn
(Austral) any of several unrelated fish, esp the Australian salmon
short for salmon pink
garment, the son of Nashon (Ruth 4:20; Matt. 1:4, 5), possibly the same as Salma in 1 Chr. 2:51.
shady; or Zalmon (q.v.), a hill covered with dark forests, south of Shechem, from which Abimelech and his men gathered wood to burn that city (Judg. 9:48). In Ps. 68:14 the change from war to peace is likened to snow on the dark mountain, as some interpret the expression. Others suppose the words here mean that the bones of the slain left unburied covered the land, so that it seemed to be white as if covered with snow. The reference, however, of the psalm is probably to Josh. 11 and 12. The scattering of the kings and their followers is fitly likened unto the snow-flakes rapidly falling on the dark Salmon. It is the modern Jebel Suleiman.
noun, plural salmonberries. 1. the salmon-colored, edible fruit of a raspberry, Rubus spectabilis, of the Pacific coast of North America. 2. the plant itself. noun (pl) -ries 1. a spineless raspberry bush, Rubus spectabilis, of North America, having reddish-purple flowers and large red or yellow edible fruits 2. the fruit of this plant
noun 1. a soft, imperfectly fired brick having a reddish-orange color.
noun 1. Alex(ander Elliot Anderson). born 1954, Scottish Nationalist politician; first minister of the Scottish Parliament from 2007
a promontory on the east of Crete, under which Paul sailed on his voyage to Rome (Acts 27:7); the modern Cape Sidero.