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1.
Someone who is a vegetarian but allows fish in their diet, like me.
I am a pescovegetarian.
by brendan June 29, 2004
 
2.
Someone who, for any of several possible reasons, does not eat warm-blooded animals or land animals. For instance, such a person may dislike the enslavement and cruelty inflicted on animals in factory farms; or one may be repulsed by the idea of eating another mammal. In other cases, one may simply practice pescovegetarianism for health reasons rather than ethical ones. Due to the apparently contradictory nature of the term, it is extremely liable to provoke glib knee-jerk reactions in others.

person #1: You eat fish? What a hypocrite you are, fish aren't vegetables. They suffer too.

person #2: You ass, you didn't even ask me why I'm a pescovegetarian.

person #3: No kidding. What a contemptible non sequitur person # 1 just made. The day someone coins a less clumsy word to denote a person whose meat diet is limited to cold-blooded sea animals, is the day I'll drop the term pescovegetarianism in exchange for that other, more descriptive, yet-to-be-coined term.
by mythmasher June 20, 2007
 
3.
A term used to describe the eating patterns of someone who is not an ovo or lacto vegetarian, but does restrict the intake of certain meats. They do not consume red meat or poultry, but will consume fish or seafood. The term is used to discribe a diet, not nessasarily a moral decision.
Sally thought eating red meat was unhealthy, so the only meat she eats is fish; therefore Sally is a Pesco-vegetarian.
by Pesca girl December 10, 2006
 
4.
A person who's diet excludes all meat except fish. This can include or exclude eggs and/or dairy according to individual choice.
We had fish tacos for dinner because Maria is a pesco vegetarian
by Marina Rose Martinez May 07, 2008
 
5.
Someone who, for any of several possible reasons, does not eat warm-blooded animals or land animals. For instance, such a person may dislike the enslavement and cruelty inflicted on animals in factory farms; or one may be repulsed by the idea of eating another mammal. In other cases, one may simply practice pescovegetarianism for health reasons rather than ethical ones. Due to the apparently contradictory nature of the term, it is extremely liable to provoke glib knee-jerk reactions in others.

person #1: You eat fish? What a hypocrite you are, fish aren't vegetables. They suffer too.

person #2: You ass, you didn't even ask me why I'm a pescovegetarian.

person #3: No kidding. What a contemptible non sequitur person #1 just made. The day someone coins a less clumsy word to denote a person whose meat diet is limited to cold-blooded sea animals, is the day I'll drop the term pescovegetarianism in exchange for that other, more descriptive, yet-to-be-coined term.
by belwether July 02, 2007
 
6.
A term used to describe the eating patterns of an individual who is not an ovo or lacto vegetarian, but does restrict the intake of certain meats. They do not consume red meat or poultry, but will consume fish or seafood. The term is used to describe a diet, not necessarily a moral decision.
Sally thought eating red meat was unhealthy, so the only meat she will eat is fish; therefore Sally is a Pesco-vegetarian.
by Pesca girl December 10, 2006
 
7.
A vegetarian who also happens to be a pessimist.

A vegetarian who sees the glass half full.
James wanted to eat beef but he's been depressed lately and converted to a Pesco Vegetarian
by nmorris86 October 14, 2010