Definition of Mummichogs

1. Noun. (plural of mummichog) ¹



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Definition of Mummichogs

1. mummichog [n] - See also: mummichog

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mummichogs

mumbly
mumbo-jumbo
mumchance
mumification necrosis
mumm
mummed
mummeite
mummer
mummeries
mummers
mummery
mummia
mummias
mummichog
mummichogs (current term)
mummied
mummies
mummification
mummification necrosis
mummifications
mummified
mummified pulp
mummifies
mummiform
mummify
mummifying
mumming
mummings
mummock

Literary usage of Mummichogs

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1. Reports of the North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey (1907)
"The mummichogs, Top Minnows, etc. A numerous family of small fresh- water, ... Killi-fishes; mummichogs. This genus includes some of the best known and most ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"Histopathological examinations of sampled mummichogs at 14 and 28 days indicated that these fish were in excellent condition. ..."

3. The Encyclopedia of Practical Horticulture: A Reference System of Commercial by Granville Lowther, William Worthington (1914)
"Fishes of little economic value, chiefly minnows and mummichogs, were found to compose only a little more than 19 per cent of the contents of 145 stomachs. ..."

4. Land of the Lingering Snow: Chronicles of a Stroller in New England from by Frank Bolles (1895)
"... or " mummichogs" swimming in a ditch, but they are active all winter. Another sign of spring was the track of a white-footed mouse ..."

5. The Basses: Fresh-water and Marine by William Charles Harris, Tarleton Hoffman Bean, Louis Rhead (1905)
"... numbers in the company of mummichogs, silver- sides, and eels. Habits Small individuals ascend streams into fresh water, associating with small striped ..."

6. The Basses, Fresh-water and Marine: Fresh-water and Marine by William Charles Harris, Tarleton Hoffman Bean, Louis Rhead (1905)
"It is a lover of brackish water and may be found in tidal creeks in vast numbers in the company of mummichogs, silver- sides, and eels. ..."

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