Mullet definitions

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A hairstyle formed by cutting the hair short on the top and sides of the head and allowing it to grow longer in back.
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Any of various stout-bodied, edible fishes of the family Mugilidae, found worldwide in tropical and temperate coastal waters and some freshwater streams, and widely cultivated for food.
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The red mullet; goatfish.
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Any of a family (Mugilidae) of edible, spiny-finned percoid fishes, both freshwater and marine, having a small mouth and feeble teeth, esp. a striped species (Mugil cephalus)
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Any goatfish, esp. a species (Mullus auratus) with reddish or golden scales.
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A hairstyle in which the hair is worn short on the top and sides of the head and longer in the back.
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A fish of the family Mugilidae (the grey mullets).
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A fish of the family Mullidae, especially the genus Mullus, (the red mullets).
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A fool.
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A hairstyle where the hair is kept short on the top and sides and long at the back.
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(slang) A person who mindlessly follows a fad, a trend, or a leader.
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(heraldry) A star with straight edges and usually with five or six points.
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Origin of mullet

Middle English molet from Medieval Latin mulettus probably from Old French mulet from mul from Latin mullus from Greek mullos Sense 2, popularized and perhaps coined in the 1990s by the American hip-hop group the Beastie Boys, possibly as a back-formation from mullet-head blockhead, idiot