[sahr-gas-uh m-fish] /sɑrˈgæs əmˌfɪʃ/
noun, plural sargassumfishes (especially collectively) sargassumfish.
an olive-brown and black frogfish, Histrio histrio, inhabiting tropical Atlantic and western Pacific seas among floating sargassum weed.
noun, Informal. 1. sergeant. noun 1. (informal) sergeant: used esp as a term of address sarge
noun 1. Sir (Harold) Malcolm (Watts) 1895–1967, English conductor. 2. John Singer, 1856–1925, U.S. painter. noun 1. Sir (Harold) Malcolm (Watts). 1895–1967, English conductor 2. John Singer. 1856–1925, US painter, esp of society portraits; in London from 1885
noun 1. Frank. 1903–82, New Zealand short-story writer and novelist. His work includes the short-story collection That Summer and Other Stories (1946) and the novel I Saw in my Dream (1949)
noun, plural sargos. Ichthyology. 1. a silvery grunt, Anisotremus davidsonii, inhabiting waters off the coasts of California and Mexico, having blackish markings and yellowish fins.