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  • adj. bleak (fish, attributive)

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of small minnows, known as bleaks, found in the waters of Europe. A. alburnus is the common bleak.

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Examples

  • Less obvious though are auburn (through mediaeval Latin alburnus), daub (from dealbare, to whitewash), and albatross (where albus is implicated as modifying English's absorption of Spanish alcatraz).

    languagehat.com: ELVER AND ALBUM.

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