nounpl. dolphinfish or dol·phin·fish·es
- A large marine food and game fish (Coryphaena hippurus) found worldwide in tropical and subtropical waters, having an iridescent blue back, yellow sides, a steep blunt forehead, and a long continuous dorsal fin. Also called dolphin, dorado, mahi-mahi.
- See pompano dolphinfish.
- A large food and game fish of the of the Coryphaenidae family which is commonly found in tropical and subtropical waters.