A large North American lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush). It is usually spotted with red, and sometimes weighs over forty pounds. Called also Mackinaw trout, lake trout, lake salmon, salmon trout, togue, and tuladi.
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The Ramaytush language is one of the eight Ohlone languages, historically spoken by the Ramaytush people, indigenous people of California. Historically, the Ramaytush inhabited the San Francisco Peninsula between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean in the area which is now San Francisco and San Mateo Counties. Ramaytush is a dialect or language within the Costanoan branch of the Utian family. The term Ramaytush was first applied to them during the 1970s.
The Ramaytush were one of the linguistic subdivisions of the Ohlone Native Americans of Northern California. Historically, the Ramaytush inhabited the San Francisco Peninsula between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean in the area which is now San Francisco and San Mateo Counties. The Ramaytush were not thought to be a self-conscious socio-political group. Instead they were defined by modern anthropologists and linguists, initially in the early twentieth century as the San Francisco Costanoans – the people who spoke a common dialect or language within the Costanoan branch of the Utian family. The term Ramaytush was first applied to them during the 1970s.
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Narycus or Narykos (Ancient Greek: Νάρυκος),, or Naryx (Νάρυξ), or Naryca or Naryka (Νάρυκα), or Narycium, was a town of the Opuntian Locrians, the reputed birthplace of Ajax, son of Oïleus, who is hence called by Ovid "Narycius heros". In 395 BCE, Ismenias, a Boeotian commander, undertook an expedition against Phocis, and defeated the Phocians near Naryx of Locris, whence we may conclude that Narycus was near the frontier of Phocis. In 352 Narycus was taken by Phayllus, the Phocian commander. As Locri in Bruttium in Italy was, according to some of the ancients, a colony of Narycus, the epithet of Narycian is frequently given to the Bruttian pitch.