American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Any of various species of small, brightly colored, long-finned freshwater fishes of the genus Betta, found in southeast Asia.
- New Latin Betta, genus name. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“South Africa," our female betta is looking kind of green around the gills (though not literally).”
“Or will there always be small, clear-ish floaty bits in betta water?”
“Neither the shrimp/goby duo nor the betta are the subject of this post, though.”
“Um, is it possible that a betta could be a picky eater?”
“Windows 7 beta gets a mascot - The Windows 7 beta features the Siamese fighting fish, also known as a betta fish.”
“The betta was the sole occupant of the tank in my bedroom.”
“Because I want to write mo 'betta' stories for you guys, and I need that focus.”
“Long ago, I used to have a Siamese fighting fish, also known as a Betta splendens, or simply a "betta".”
“With Europe still uncomfortable with genetically modified foods, can't they eat cake -- made from marigolds and betta fish -- in the meantime?”
“After that big clean-up, I also added a secondary filter (I had a 2 gallon mini-canister filter around from the old betta tank that used to be in Mason's room), thinking that might help improve the water quality.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘betta’.
lots and lots of fish, a piscatorial
Sometimes You Just Gotta.
The liner notes that accompany Papa San's dancehall album God & i include this thoughtful list of Jamaican-to-American translations, to aid in understanding what the heck he's saying in each song.
being sorts of Fish
Looking for tweets for betta.