ich

[ik]
noun
  1. a disease of tropical fishes, characterized by small, white nodules on the fins, skin, and eyes, caused by a ciliate protozoan, Ichthyophthirius multifiliis.

Origin of ich

Also called ichthyophthirius, ichthyophthirius disease.
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Contemporary Examples of ich

  • His gravestone, which read "Ich hab's gewagt," or "I have dared," was taken down, according to Germany's Spiegel Online.

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    Neo-Nazi Hero Taken From Grave

    Eve Conant

    July 22, 2011

  • But Perez held up his hand and stopped him, “Ich darf es ahf kapores.”

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