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anableps

[an-uh-bleps] /ˈæn əˌblɛps/
noun
Origin
1777
1777; < Neo-Latin, the genus name, coinage based on Greek anablépein to look up, equivalent to ana- ana- + blépein to see
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anableps

/ˈænəˌblɛps/
noun (pl) -bleps
1.
any of various cyprinodont fishes constituting the genus Anableps, which includes the four-eyed fishes
Word Origin
New Latin, literally: one who looks up, from Greek, from anablepein to look up
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