nounpl. branzino, or bran·zi·nos
See European seabass.
Origin of branzinoNorthern Italian dialectal (Venetian) from branzo claw, spine (in reference to the fish's spiny, serrated operculum) from Vulgar Latin brancia perhaps akin to Late Latin branca paw perhaps from Gaulish branka ; see branch .
- (cooking) The European seabass, Dicentrarchus labrax
From Italian branzino