Definition of Pikeperch

1. Noun. (alternative form of pike-perch) ¹



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Definition of Pikeperch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pikeperch

pike pole
pike poles
pikeblenny
piked
piked reverse hang
piked whale
pikehead
pikeheads
pikelet
pikelets
pikelike
pikeman
pikemen
pikeminnow
pikeminnows
pikeperch (current term)
pikeperches
piker
pikers
pikes
pikestaff
pikestaffs
pikestaves
piketail
pikey
pikeys
piki
piking
pikis
pikkie

Literary usage of Pikeperch

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1. Annual Report by New York (State). Conservation Dept (1915)
"4 pikeperch fry f .............. 29700000 pikeperch adults . ... 500000 t 366 quart! of pikeperch eggs were sent to the Caledonia, Cold Spring harbor and ..."

2. Legislative Document by New York (State). Legislature (1920)
"... Brown trout fingerlings 42250 pikeperch fry 9600000 Shad fry 2160000 Long-eared sunfish fingerlings 15000 Crappie fingerlings 250 Crappie adults 5 ..."

3. Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art, and National by John Walter Osborne (1854)
"This is the effect of climate and latitude; but why longitude should affect Oui distribution, and confine the black bau and pikeperch to western lakes and ..."

4. Brooklyn Daily Eagle Almanac (1921)
"... pikeperch (Wall-eyed Pike, commonly called Pike and Yellow Pike)—May 10-Mar. 1. Minimum length 12 in. (See Lake George.) Yellow Perch—Yello\v Perch from ..."

5. Berlinby Jack Altman by Jack Altman (2000)
"... pikeperch, with Salzkartoffeln—simple but tasty boiled potatoes. In fact, potatoes are something of a Berlin obsession: one of the city's gourmet ..."

6. Annual Report by New York (State). Conservation Dept (1921)
"In this connection it may be of interest to know that in the Pennsylvania waters of Lake Erie, neither the blue 01 pikeperch are protected by close season, ..."

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