Definition of Bonitoes
1. bonito [n] - See also: bonito
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Literary usage of Bonitoes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the by Richard Hakluyt (1905)
"... Norway (1556) 351, 372, 379; Stephen Borough and (1557) bonitoes, see Bonitos. Bona Esperanza, the, Sir Hugh Willoughby's ship (1553) 11. ..."
2. The Call of the Sea: A Prose Anthology by Frederick George Aflalo (1907)
"bonitoes and Flying Fish *^ o (From the Voyages) '""PHERE be also of sea fishes which wee sawe comming along the coast flying, which are of the ..."
3. A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels edited by Robert Kerr (1813)
"The bonitoes and ... The flying-fishes live the most unhappy lives of all others, as they are persecuted in the water by the dolphins, bonitoes, ..."
4. The Observations of Sir Richard Hawkins, Knt in His Voyage Into the South by Richard Hawkins, Charles Ramsay Drinkwater Bethune (1847)
"They commonly goe in scoles, and serve for food for the greater fishes, or for the foules. The dolphins and bonitoes doe continually hunt after them, ..."
5. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1833)
"... and after they had cooked him, he proved very rough Grain'd, not worthy of wholesome preferment ; but in the afternoon we took store of bonitoes, ..."