alevin

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Borrowed from French alevin, from Vulgar Latin *allevamen equivalent to Latin allevāre (to lift up, raise)+-men.

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alevin (plural alevins)

  1. Newly hatched fish, especially salmon.

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French[edit]

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alevin m (plural alevins)

  1. alevin

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