(sămʹən) noun. 1. Any of various large food and game fishes of the genera Salmo and Oncorhynchus, of northern waters, having delicate pinkish flesh and characteristically swimming from salt to fresh water to spawn, (ikan) salmon 2. Color. A moderate, light, or strong yellowish pink to a moderate reddish orange or light orange, (warna) jingga kesumba.
(săl´mə-nĕlʹə) noun. plural salmonellae (-nĕlʹē) or salmonellas, salmonella. Any of various rod-shaped bacteria of the genus Salmonella, many of which are pathogenic, causing food poisoning, typhoid, and paratyphoid fever in human beings and other infectious diseases in domestic animals, salmonela.
(săl´mə-nĕ-lōʹsĭs) noun. plural salmonelloses (-sēz´). Infection with salmonellae, characterized by intestinal problems and fever and caused especially by eating certain improperly stored or undercooked foods, salmonelosis
(sămʹə-nĭd, sălʹmə-) adjective. Of, belonging to, or characteristic of the family Salmonidae, which includes the salmon, trout, and whitefish, salmonid
noun. see SALMON (sense 2.).