Good to know these equivalents, which I got from http://www.goa-world.com/goa/konkani/fishnames.htm:
Gobro is reef cod.
Raus or ravas is Indian salmon.
Tamoshi (tamso?) is Mangrove red snapper - but the huge red snappers I saw last year at the Wharf at Betim are probably tamso rather than tamoshi.
Halwa I knew was black pomfret.
But surmai is seer fish - while I thought it was king fish.
Chonak is giant sea perch. Lep is sole.
(Capsali) mandli is golden spotted anchovy. That's a hell of a name for a common little - and hopefully still cheap - fish.
Ghol or gol is Jew fish - I think this is what is so common in Uttan. A large fish.
And shevto is mullet.
Remembering Marie Lobo and her gobro. There was another fish she kept mentioning, but it escapes me just now. - I remembered it finally: it's modso. I think modso is dark, longish, and you can easily mistake it for a pilo or a baby shark, whereas gobro or reef cod has a somewhat flattish and 'fishy' body. See the net for photos. But: what is the English equivalent of modso?
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