a twining Old World vine, Tamus communis, having heart-shaped leaves, small greenish flowers, and scarlet berries.
a climbing herbaceous Eurasian plant, Tamus communis, having small greenish flowers and poisonous red berries: family Dioscoreaceae
a blackish-brown antelope, Antilope cervicapra, of India. noun an Indian antelope, Antilope cervicapra, the male of which has spiral horns, a dark back, and a white belly
a buffalofish, Ictiobus niger, of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River drainage systems south to Mexico.
a common freshwater catfish, Ictalurus melas, of North America, considered by some to be a food delicacy.
noun (Scot) a very rich dark fruitcake, usually in a pastry case Also called currant bun
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