pl. (see fish) -·fish·, -·fish·es
any of a family (Anarhichadidae) of long, marine, carnivorous percoid fishes having large, protruding canine teeth
Origin of wolffishso named from its large teeth and amp; probably from its aggressive behavior and voraciousness
Any of several northern marine fishes of the family Anarhichadidae, having a long tapering body and a large head with powerful teeth used to feed on mollusks.
(plural wolffishes or wolffish)
- Any fish of the family Anarhichadidae.