Definition of Piscean in English:

Piscean

adjective

Astrology
  • Relating to the sign of Pisces.

    ‘get in touch with your Piscean side’
    • ‘Amongst the chaos of the crumbling Piscean age, a beautiful flower is being watered with the life of Aquarian energies.’
    • ‘What they really need is the unjudging understanding and watery wisdom of your sensitive Piscean perspective.’
    • ‘I sat back, lauding my own superb Piscean intuition!’
    • ‘Take all the time you need to make up your mind—it's your Piscean prerogative.’
    • ‘Don't pour all that good healing Piscean energy down a poisoned well!’
    • ‘The house is a Piscean retreat in the middle of nature, with a secret garden.’
    • ‘Piscean people seek escape through drugs or alcohol, so you must avoid that.’
    • ‘In this respect, Neptune shares many typical Piscean characteristics.’
    • ‘If you need to retreat to your Piscean cave, ashram, or hole in the wall this week for some psychic R & R, then do whatever you need to.’
    • ‘The Piscean actress became famous for whimsically chopping off her golden locks at home and emerging with a super-short spiky pixie.’

noun

Astrology
  • A person born under the sign of Pisces.

    ‘I had always thought she was a Piscean’
    • ‘These are characteristics that ought to be familiar to any Piscean.’
    • ‘The Piscean can often understand the problems of others quite easily.’
    • ‘The Piscean finds it hard to cope with discipline, routine, and order.’
    • ‘He's a two-timing Piscean with an unhealthy attachment disorder.’
    • ‘As a Piscean, you are usually too busy to read these things, but today you will find the time.’
    • ‘It is difficult to resist the friendship of a Piscean.’
    • ‘He's a Piscean, so he tends to become obsessed with things at times.’
    • ‘There is an element of vacillation to the way a Piscean thinks and acts.’
    • ‘Hugs from a fellow Piscean and Houstonian!’
    • ‘The Piscean will introduce a softening principle, distorting little realities so that the truth seems easier to swallow.’

Pronunciation

Piscean

/ˈpʌɪsɪən/