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ichthus

Saltos de línea: ich|thus
Pronunciación: /ˈɪkθəs
 
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Definición de ichthus en inglés:

sustantivo

An image of a fish used as a symbol of Christianity.
Example sentences
  • Religious jewelry such as crosses, crucifixes, stars of David, ichthuses, crescents, etc, are permissible if similar jewelry is permitted in the dresscode.
  • The cross on my leg is black ink and the arm band (two ichthuses, a cross and my wife and son's names) is also black ink.
  • Do you bless your car - I know the St. Christopher medal's popular, but is there anything else you do to it (scapulars, ichthuses on the back, etc.)?

Origen

from Greek ikhthus 'fish', an early symbol of Christianity: the initial letters of the word are sometimes taken as short for Iesous Christos, Theou Uios, Soter (Jesus Christ, son of God, saviour).

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Pronunciación: nəʊˈɛl
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