|(also known as catfish) any of a number of freshwater fish having whiskers around the mouth and no scales||madtom|
|(also known as crawfish) freshwater crustacean which resembles a small lobster||mudbug|
|(Pathology) contagious disease caused by a microorganism from the genus Rickettsia (symptoms include severe headaches, high fever, and skin eruption)||typhus|
|add microorganisms to a culture, introduce a virus or microorganism into a person or animal to create immunity to a disease, immunize; introduce microorganisms into a culture medium; instill or implant beliefs or ideas, protect somebody against disease||inoculate|
|advantageous position, be on a perch, branch; position, standing; safe place; type of spiny fish found in European and North American waters, freshwater fish, inspection frame, lay an item on a perch, peg to hang things, place for bird to sit, pole, pu...||perch|
|American freshwater catfish; one who is obstinate and stubborn, large-headed freshwater fish, N American catfish||bullhead|
|American freshwater fish, fish similar to gar, garfish, garpike||gar|
|American freshwater grebe||pied-billed grebe|
|angel shark, scalare, tropical freshwater fish with striped body, tropical marine fish, type of tropical fish; type of shark||angelfish|
|anhinga, N American fish, perch, freshwater fish; web-footed bird; someone or something that moves swiftly, snakebird, somebody or something that darts||darter|
|animal resembling lobster, crawfish, freshwater crustacean which resembles a small lobster, spiny lobster||crayfish|
|any bird with reddish feathers on its chest (esp. a robin); species of freshwater sunfish native to the eastern United States, bird with red chest, fish with red belly||redbreast|
|any of a number of freshwater fish having whiskers around the mouth and no scales, cat, fish with whiskers||catfish|
|any of a number of gray freshwater or marine fish; red mullet (Zoology), edible fish||mullet|
|any of a number of small North American fresh-water fish; any of a number of large marine fish, N American freshwater fish, ocean sunfish||sunfish|
|any of various edible fish having whitish flesh; white whale, freshwater fish||whitefish|
|any of various freshwater fish that are similar to the whitefish and are native to North America, N American fish||cisco|
|Atlantic and freshwater fish||white perch|
|atom with valence of one, basic entity in the metaphysics of Leibnitz, single-celled microorganism, single-celled organism (Biology); flagellated protozoan (Biology); atom or radical with the value of one (Chemistry); inseparable metaphysical entity (P...||monad|
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