grunion

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Origin uncertain, but probably from American Spanish gruñón (grunter, grouch), from gruñir (to grunt).

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grunion (plural grunions)

  1. Either of two small fish, of the genus Leuresthes, found along the coast of Mexico and southern California, that spawn in the wet sand at certain high tides.

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