Definition of Oulachons

1. oulachon [n] - See also: oulachon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oulachons

ouglied
ouglieing
ouglies
ouguiya
ouguiyas
ouijas
ouistiti
ouistitis
ouk
ouks
oul
oul-
oulachan
oulachans
oulachon
oulachons (current term)
oulakan
oulakans
ould
oulder
ouldest
oule
oules
oulk
oulks
oulong
oulongs
ouls
ouma
oumas

Literary usage of Oulachons

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... herring, cod, oulachons, clams, sturgeon arc also produced in merchantable quantities. Whale fisheries are prosecuted with some success. ..."

2. The Social Organization and the Secret Societies of the Kwakiutl Indians by Franz Boas (1897)
"She replied: "Those are oulachons. They ¬°ire fat. Make a trap at the point on the beach where the drift logs are and make a string of grass and try to fish. ..."

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