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[moon-ahy] /ˈmunˌaɪ/

noun, plural mooneyes.
Veterinary Pathology. an of a horse affected with .
any silvery, herringlike fish of the family Hiodontidae, especially Hiodon tergisus, found in fresh waters from Hudson Bay to the lower Mississippi, having large .
any of several North American large-eyed freshwater clupeoid fishes of the family Hiodontidae, esp Hiodon tergisus See also goldeye
(vet science) another name for moon blindness (sense 2)


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