Any one of numerous fishes of the genus Mugil; -- called also gray mullets. They are found on the coasts of both continents, and are highly esteemed as food. Among the most valuable species are Mugil capito of Europe, and Mugil cephalus which occurs both on the European and American coasts.
Any species of the genus Mullus, or family Mullidæ; called also red mullet, and surmullet, esp. the plain surmullet (Mullus barbatus), and the striped surmullet (Mullus surmulletus) of Southern Europe. The former is the mullet of the Romans. It is noted for the brilliancy of its colors. See Surmullet.
highly valued lean flesh of marine or freshwater mullet
freshwater or coastal food fishes a spindle-shaped body; found worldwide
bottom dwelling marine warm water fishes with two barbels on the chin
a bottom-feeding, saltwater fish that people go nuts about every April
a fish not a fashion statement
a useless fish with a disgusting taste, and this nickname suits Eddie well
quite a large fish often found in coastal waters. They suck food up from the sea floor which they filter before eating.
an edible fish of the family Mugilidae found worldwide in tropical and temperate coastal waters and some freshwater streams.