sheefish

[shee-fish]
noun, plural sheefishes (especially collectively) sheefish.
inconnu ( def 2 ).

Origin:
1785–95; shee (< a Subarctic Athabaskan language; compare Eastern Kutchin ṣyuh) + fish

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Main Entry:  sheefish2
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  See inconnu
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Sheefish and other whitefish are the primary species harvested for subsistence purposes.
Fish such as burbot, sheefish, and northern pike feed on the juveniles as well.
All other sheefish captured, however, were of comparable size.
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