dace definition by Webster's New World
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dace definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. dace dace or dac·es
Any of various small freshwater fishes of the family Cyprinidae, which also includes carps and minnows.
Origin: Middle English dace, darce, from Old French dars, from Late Latin darsus, possibly of Celtic origin.
Variant of dace