Bombay duckBombay duck
- A slender edible lizardfish (Harpadon nehereus) of marine and brackish waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, having a pale body and a large head.
- The dried salted flesh of this fish that is used in South Asian cuisine as a relish, usually with curry. Also called bummalo .
Origin of Bombay duckAlteration of Marathi bombīla, bombil
(plural Bombay ducks)