Etymology
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anadromous (adj.)

"ascending," especially "ascending a river to spawn" (as salmon and other fishes do), 1753, from Latinized form of Greek anadromos "running upward," from ana "up, upward" (see ana-) + dramein "to run" (see dromedary).

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Definitions of anadromous

anadromous (adj.)
migrating from the sea to fresh water to spawn;
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