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herrings, plural;
  1. A silvery fish that is most abundant in coastal waters and is of great commercial importance as a food fish in many parts of the world


  1. valuable flesh of fatty fish from shallow waters of northern Atlantic or Pacific; usually salted or pickled
  2. commercially important food fish of northern waters of both Atlantic and Pacific
  3. Herring is an oily fish of the genus Clupea, found in the shallow, temperate waters of the North Pacific and the North Atlantic oceans, including the Baltic Sea. ...
  4. Herring is or was the family name of the following: *Aggie Herring (1876--1939), U.S. actress *Alfred Cecil Herring (1888--1966), Royal Army Service Corps officer *Annie Herring, U.S. Christian singer *Art Herring (1906--1995) , U.S. baseball player *Aubrey Herring, U.S. ...
  5. (Herred) A hundred is a geographic division formerly used in England, Wales, Denmark, South Australia, some parts of the United States, Germany (Southern Schleswig), Sweden, Finland and Norway, which historically was used to divide a larger region into smaller administrative divisions. ...
  6. A type of small, oily fish of the genus Clupea, often used as food
  7. To dream of seeing herring, indicates a tight squeeze to escape financial embarrassment, but you will have success later.
  8. The fish is seen in the roll of Edward II.
  9. (Clupeiformes). The largest herring is probably the Dorab wolf herring (Chirocentrus dorab). The maximum size of this species has been reported as much as 1.83 m (6 ft), but these slender fish have never been recorded as exceeding 3.4 kg (7.5 lb) in weight.
  10. A family of small planktonivorous bony fishes (Class ostreichthytes, Subphylum Vertebrata, Phylum Chordata) that have only tissues and are extremely abundant in some areas. Includes sardines, achovies.*
  11. A small salt-water fish related to the shad, alewife, sardine, and the freshwater cisco. Herring is often pickled, smoked, and dressed in numerous sauces.
  12. An oil-rich sea fish, also smoked as kippers.
  13. A natural ingredient high in protein, energy, minerals, vitamins and micronutrients. High in the health promoting omega-3 very long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids EPA and DHA, often simply referred to as 'omega-3'. Oscar source herring from Norway.
  14. found in such familiar forms as Rollmopse (rollmops in English, although this name is the singular of the German name), but also in lots of other guises such as Bucklinge and Bismarck herring (herring fillets soaked in vinegar with onion rings and seasoning).
  15. A small sea-fish. This is also blazoned a Cob-Fish, or Sea-Cob.
  16. Herring is the clean tissue of undecomposed whole herring or herring parts. It is a source of protein and long chain Omega 3 fatty acids which are critical for healthy skin and coat, proper body function and enhanced learning of young puppies.
  17. Herring is a small, oily North Atlantic fish.  In Australia we have the Tommy Ruff which is fairly similar.
  18. Small saltwater fish which are usually pickled and smoked
  19. An oil-rich fish usually sold whole. Can be poached, fried or grilled as well as pickled, marinated, salted and smoked.
  20. (often also painted as a flying fish): commemorates Chagall's father working in a fish factory.