Bisaya English Translation of iho

In bisaya english dictionary, "iho" is "shark ". See more translations below.

iho noun
shark
isda sa dagat nga mabangis noun
shark
porma og iho adjective
shaped or formed like a shark \shark-shaped \squaliform
sama sa iho adjective
shark-like \squaloid
selachophobia noun
fear of sharks
squaloid adjective
like a shark
tresher shark noun
(sc.name: Alopias pelagicus) a long-tailed shark that is unique and lurks in the Philippine waters particularly in Malapaswa in the island of Cebu. This nocturnal sea creature is shy and not aggressive type of shark, it grows up to 25 feet or about 8 meters long. It visits Malapaswa Island every year between October to December to clean the parasites that attached to its skin with the help of local wrasses (mameng) that would eat the parasites
whaleshark noun
(sc.name: Rhiniodon typus) known as “butanding” in the Philippines, the largest fish that still exist in the world, but is now considered an endangered species. This gentle giant grows up to 18 meters and weighs up to 34 tonnes.
iho noun
shark

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