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piscator

Line breaks: pis¦ca|tor
Pronunciation: /pɪˈskeɪtə
 
/

Definition of piscator in English:

noun

rare
A fisherman.
Example sentences
  • A lady angler who can not only fish, but also write in that manner of the sport we all love so well, is very worthy of being placed in the front rank of the great army of piscators.
  • He was a piscator, and would make a huge parade of his rod, line, and green-painted tin-can.
  • The brown trout are now some of the finest in the world and lovingly pursued by the piscators.

Origin

mid 17th century: Latin, from piscis 'fish'.

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