1571, the vogue , “leading place in popularity, greatest success or acceptance,” from M.Fr. vogue “fashion, success, drift, swaying motion (of a boat)” lit. “a rowing,” from O.Fr. voguer “to row,sway, set sail,” probably from O.Low Ger. *wogon, variant ofwagon “float, fluctuate,” lit. “to balance oneself” (see weigh). Apparently the notion is of being “borne along on the waves of fashion.”
any of various cold-blooded, aquatic vertebrates, having gills, commonly fins, and typically an elongated body covered with scales. 2. (loosely) any of various other aquatic animals. 3. the flesh of fishes used as food. 4. to catch or attempt to catch fish, as by angling or drawing a net. 5. to search carefully: He fished through all his pockets but his wallet was gone.
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