The most common use of the word dolphin is to describe the aquatic mammal. See dolphin
(or more properly, dolphinfish
) is also used to describe a species of fish
, Coryphaena hippurus,
which is unrelated to the mammal.
The name is being used less frequently than in times past, and has generally
been replaced with its Polynesian name, mahi-mahi,
to avoid confusion with the mammal, especially since the fish is commonly eaten. In Spanish, this fish is also referred to as a dorado.
was the code name for the Nintendo Gamecube
before it was released.
) was a title adopted by many French kings and aristocrats, received originally from Humbert II.