Zander meaning

zăndər
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A food and game fish (Sander lucioperca) of Europe and western Asia, found in fresh and brackish water.
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A greenish pikeperch (Stizostedion lucioperca) of the Old World, often introduced into new areas as a food and game fish.
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A European freshwater fish in the family Percidae, closely related to the perch, Sander lucioperca.
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Any fish of the genus Sander that live in freshwater.
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Origin of zander

  • German from Low German Sander from Middle Low German sandāt perhaps of Slavic origin

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From German Zander, from German Low German Zander, Sandat, perhaps of Slavic origin.

    From Wiktionary