Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A vernacular name in Kamchatka of the dog-salmon, Oncorhynchus keta.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun (Zoöl.) A small salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) of inferior value, which in the autumn runs up all the larger rivers between San Francisco and Kamchatka.

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Examples

  • There are five types of Alaska salmon: pink, keta, sockeye, coho, and king salmon.

    The Doctor is In

  • Canned Alaska salmon is available at most supermarkets and wholesale clubs, such as Costco, and the pink, keta, and sockeye varieties of canned Alaska salmon can be very affordable.

    The Doctor is In

  • There are five types of Alaska salmon: pink, keta, sockeye, coho, and king salmon.

    The Doctor is In

  • There are five types of Alaska salmon: pink, keta, sockeye, coho, and king salmon.

    The Doctor is In

  • There are five types of Alaska salmon: pink, keta, sockeye, coho, and king salmon.

    The Doctor is In

  • Canned Alaska salmon is available at most supermarkets and wholesale clubs, such as Costco, and the pink, keta, and sockeye varieties of canned Alaska salmon can be very affordable.

    The Doctor is In

  • Canned Alaska salmon is available at most supermarkets and wholesale clubs, such as Costco, and the pink, keta, and sockeye varieties of canned Alaska salmon can be very affordable.

    The Doctor is In

  • Canned Alaska salmon is available at most supermarkets and wholesale clubs, such as Costco, and the pink, keta, and sockeye varieties of canned Alaska salmon can be very affordable.

    The Doctor is In

  • Also, late freeze-up would allow seals increased access to the Noatak River, which holds large char (Salvelinus malma) and chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) at this time.

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  • Over 237 fish species occur, including all five species of Alaskan pacific salmon: chum Oncorhynchus keta, red O. nerka, silver O. kisutch, pink O. gorbuscha, and king O. tshawytscha.

    Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, United States

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