Ichthyocentaur

Ichthyocentaur

[ik-thee-uh-sen-tawr]
noun Classical Mythology.
a sea creature with a human head and torso, the legs of a horse, and the tail of a fish.

Origin:
< Greek ichthyokéntauros. See ichthyo-, centaur

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