the Greek word for fish is de'nuity
Ψάρι is the Greek word for fish.
Fish in Greek is: Singular: ψάρι (PSAri) Plural: ψάρια (PSAria, the 'ria' is said almost like 'reya' with a rolled R)
An ichthyologist studies fish. The word consists of two greek roots. Ikhthus is the greek root for 'fish' while logos means 'study'. Thus, ichthyology is the study of fish. An ichthyologist is a person who studies fish.
Icthyology is the study of fish. It is derived from two Greek words meaning fish and knowledge.
The fish, though it's more correct to say that both the early Christian fish and the modern English word "ichthyology" are derived from the Greek word ikhthys (ΙΧΘΥΣ). The symbol is based on the fact that the Greek word for fish can be read as acronym for the Greek phrase Ἰησοῦς Χριστός, Θεοῦ Υιός, Σωτήρ, meaning "Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior".
Bread, fish, vegetables, fruit.
Greeks eat a lot of fish. There are restaurants and taverns at every Greek city where you can find fish. Don't forget that there are so many islands at Greece where fish is the basic kind of food. Nowadays Greeks eat more meat than fish than fish but still fish is in the main menu of every greek family.
psari = In the Greek alphabet "ψαρι." In ancient Greek it was "ἰχθύς" (ichthus).
Early Greek Christians used the acronym Icthys, or Icthus- latinized as a sign for Jesus Christ, son of God, savior, or similar meaning, it was a sort of code phrase and was written in greek letters inside a stylized Fish symbol, for some reason it is easier to draw a fish backwards!-from the tail end. Icthyology is of course the study of Fish and is derived from the Greek, as many Early Christians were fisherman- such as St.Peter, the symbolism is right-on.
It's called the Ichthys. sclassical greek for "Fish". most of the new testament was writ in Greek. Ichthys, or Iota Chi Theta Upsilon Sigma is an acrostic for Jesus Christ God's Son (and) Savior in the Greek.
Catch fish and sell them in the market.