squit


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

squeteague \sque*teague"\ (skw[-e]*t[=e]g"), n. [From the North
   American Indian name.] (Zool.)
   An American sciaenoid fish (Cynoscion regalis), abundant on
   the Atlantic coast of the United States, and much valued as a
   food fish. It is of a bright silvery color, with iridescent
   reflections. Called also weakfish, squitee, chickwit,
   and sea trout. The spotted squeteague ({Cynoscion
   nebulosus}) of the Southern United States is a similar fish,
   but the back and upper fins are spotted with black. It is
   called also spotted weakfish and squit, and, locally,
   sea trout, and sea salmon. See also under squitee.
   [1913 Webster]
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Squitee \Squi*tee"\ (skw[i^]*t[=e]"), n. [From the N. American
   Indian name.] (Zool.)
   The squeteague; -- called also squit.
   [1913 Webster]
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