pl. -·fish· or -·fish·es (see fish)
- an important commercial food fish (Pomatomus saltatrix) of a bluish color, common along the Atlantic coast of North America: the only member of a family (Pomatomidae) of percoid fishes
- any of various other bluish fishes
nounpl. bluefish or blue·fish·es
A silvery bluish or greenish food and game fish (Pomatomus saltatrix) of temperate and tropical waters, known for being a voracious predator.
(plural bluefishes or bluefish)