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ichthys

Greek for ‘fish’; early Christian symbol and mystical charm. See fish. [Christian Symbolism: Brewer Dictionary, 478]
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(7) Ichthus (hereafter the "Jesus fish") is an Anglicized version of the Greek word [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII], and has a variety of spellings in other languages, including ichthys, icthys, icthus, ictus, ixtus, and ixtys.
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(19) Humberto Lagos, Chile y el Mito del Estado Laico, Santiago, Icthus el Editor, 2005, pp.
I can have a "Jesus is Lord" bumper sticker or Icthus (Christian fish) on my car and not worry about someone vandalizing my car because of it.
The initial letters of the Greek for Jesus Christ, God's Son, Saviour spell icthus, which means fish.