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bivalve a mollusk with two shells hinged together, such as a mussel, oyster, or clam. [1/3 definitions]
bluepoint a small oyster found mostly in beds near the eastern tip of Long Island.
cultured pearl a pearl formed by an oyster or mussel around an irritant such as a seed pearl inserted in its body under controlled conditions.
half shell either of the two shells of a bivalve mollusk such as an oyster or clam, often used as a serving container for raw or cooked seafood.
Japanese oyster a large oyster originally from Japan, but also found now in Puget Sound.
nacre a hard, iridescent material lining certain seashells, such as that of the pearl oyster; mother-of-pearl.
oyster any of various edible mollusks found chiefly in shallow water and characterized by a lumpy, irregular bi-valved shell, esp. the pearl oyster. [1/3 definitions]
seed oyster a very young oyster, esp. one used in transplanting an oyster bed.
shellfish an aquatic invertebrate animal that has a shell, esp. an edible animal such as a clam, oyster, or lobster.
spat4 a young oyster or other shellfish.