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Swordfish Sword"fish`, n. 1. (Zo["o]l.) (a) A very large oceanic fish (Xiphias gladius), the only representative of the family Xiphiid[ae]. It is highly valued as a food fish. The bones of the upper jaw are consolidated, and form a long, rigid, swordlike beak; the dorsal fin is high and without distinct spines; the ventral fins are absent. The adult is destitute of teeth. It becomes sixteen feet or more long. (b) The gar pike. (c) The cutlass fish. 2. (Astron.) A southern constellation. See Dorado, 1. Swordfish sucker (Zo["o]l.), a remora (Remora brachyptera) which attaches itself to the swordfish., Cutlass Cut"lass (k[u^]t"las), n.; pl. Cutlasses (-[e^]z). [F. coutelas (cf. It. coltellaccio), augm. fr. L. cultellus a small knife, dim. of culter knife. See Colter, and cf. Curtal ax.] A short, heavy, curving sword, used in the navy. See Curtal ax. Cutlass fish, (Zo["o]l.), a peculiar, long, thin, marine fish (Trichiurus lepturus) of the southern United States and West Indies; -- called also saber fish, silver eel, and, improperly, swordfish.