A large pelagic tuna with long pectoral fins.
A small Hispanic grocery.
Any of several marine food and game fishes of the genus Sarda, related to the tuna.
A type of cloud characterized by dense individual elements in the form of puffs, mounds, or towers.
A nautical measurement equal to six feet.
A long, slender series of attached cells, as in some algae and fungi.
A large iron hook attached to a pole, used to catch large fish.
The upper edge of the side of a boat.
Having many lustrous colors like the rainbow.
A rounded post, in the stern of a fishing boat, around which the harpoon line is passed.
Loosely twisted hemp or jute fiber filled with tar, used in caulking seams and packing joints.
The persistent emission of light without burning, following exposure to radiations.
A mass of floating organisms, primarily microscopic algae and protozoa.
A small sword used for thrusting.
Any seaweed of the genus Sargassum, commonly known as gulfweed.
An agricultural tool with a long, curving blade fastened at an angle to a handle.
A flatbottomed open boat with a pointed bow and a square stern.
An aquatic bird related to a gull but usually with a more slender body and bill, and smaller feet.