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EtymologyEdit

From Old English fisċ; in turn from Proto-Germanic *fiskaz.

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NounEdit

fisch (plural fisches or fisch)

  1. An animal that inhabits the water or the meat of such; marine life; i.e. alligators, fish, beavers, etc.
  2. Fish or their meat.

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