Definition of danio in English:

danio

noun

  • A small, typically brightly colored freshwater fish native to South and Southeast Asia.

    • ‘A very peaceful fish which is why it is so well suited for community tanks, zebra danios tolerate a wide range of temperatures.’
    • ‘Zebra danio larvae of 4 mm body length and 35 mm long adults use the same burst and coast swimming style.’
    • ‘Danios and minnows are small, active schooling fish well suited to the community aquarium.’
    • ‘There are about 13 species of fish from the Western Ghats, which include half-beak fish, danio, loaches and rasboras.’
    • ‘All Danios are torpedo-shaped fish, usually small (except for giant danio), and very fast.’

Origin

Modern Latin (genus name).

Pronunciation:

danio

/ˈdanēˌō/