ichthyophagi

plural noun ich·thy·oph·a·gi \ˌikthēˈäfəˌjī\

Definition of ichthyophagi

  1. :  a people (as in ancient times on the African coast of the Red sea) living largely on sea food :  fish eaters

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Origin and Etymology of ichthyophagi

Latin, plural, from Greek ichthyophagoi, plural of ichthyophagos fish-eating, from ichthyophagein to eat fish, from ichthy- + phagein to eat


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