pisci-, pisc- +

(Latin: fish)

piscina, piscinal
1. In some Christian churches, a sacred container or basin that holds holy water, used to carry it away after ablutions have been completed.
2. The place where a priest can wash his hands and the sacred containers used in Mass, located in the sacristy, especially in a Roman Catholic Church.
3. Via medieval Latin, literally "fish ponds".
piscine, pisinity
1. Relating to, characteristic of, or resembling fish.
2. A reference to fish; of, pertaining to, of the nature of, or characteristic of a fish or fishes.
piscis (s), pisces (pl),
Piscis Austrinus (proper noun)
An autumn constellation in the southern hemisphere: Piscis Austrinus is located between Grus and Aquarius and is supposed to resemble a fish.

Piscis Austrinus includes Fomalhaut, the brightest star in the constellation.

A fish monger or one who sells fish.
Feeding on fishes; feeding habitually or mainly on fish.
An example in nature of a piscivorous consumer.
This is just one example of nature's piscivorous consumers.
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Additional "fish" units: ichthy-, Iktho Fish Story.