Fisher is an archaic term for fisherman, revived as gender-neutral.
Fisher or Fishers may also refer to:
- Fisher (animal) (Martes pennanti), a North American mustelid
- Fisher (band), a rock band featuring Kathy Fisher as lead singer
- Fisher (yachts), famous British motorsailers
- Fisher (comic strip), a Canadian comic strip by Philip Street
- The Fisher:
- A brand of high fidelity audio equipment marketed by Avery Fisher
- Sergey Golovkin (1959-1996), a Russian serial killer known as "The Fisher"
Other articles related to "fisher":
... Charles Ian Fisher (born October 4, 1965) is an American journalist who is an associate managing editor at The New York Times ... Fisher graduated from Boston University in 1987 and began his newspaper career at The Sun in Lowell, Massachusetts ... From 1998 to 2001, Fisher was the New York Times' East Africa bureau chief (based in Nairobi, Kenya) ...
... Fisher is an unincorporated community on the South Branch Potomac River in Hardy County, West Virginia ... It may be named generally for the Fisher family that lived in its vicinity, or more specifically for George Fisher, whose family lived on the South Branch approximately one mile due south of Fisher ... Bass Baughman Settlement Bean Settlement Brake Cunningham Durgon Fabius Fisher Flats Fort Run Furnace Inkerman Kessel Lost City Lost River Mathias McCauley McNeill ...
... Rudolph Fisher (May 9, 1897 Washington, DC - December 26, 1934) was an African-American physician, radiologist, novelist, short story writer, dramatist, musician, and orator ... Fisher's parents were John Wesley Fisher, a clergyman, and Glendora Williamson ... Fisher had three children ...
... become manager of semi-professional side Fisher Athletic ... Fisher finished third in the Isthmian League Premier Division in season 2005–06 and beat Hampton Richmond 3–0 in the play-off final to win promotion to Conference South ... Edinburgh left Fisher by mutual consent in November 2006 ...
... DC in the late nineteenth century, Fisher grew up in Providence, Rhode Island graduating from Classical High School and attending Brown University ... Fisher married Jane Ryder in 1925, and they had one son, Hugh, who was born in 1926 ... In 1930, Fisher became superintendent of International Hospital, a black-owned private hospital on Seventh Avenue in Harlem, but the hospital went ...
Famous quotes containing the word fisher:
“... most bereaved souls crave nourishment more tangible than prayers: they want a steak. What is more, they need a steak. Preferably they need it rare, grilled, heavily salted, for that way it is most easily digested, and most quickly turned into the glandular whip their tired adrenals cry for.”
—M.F.K. Fisher (19081992)
“... ostentatious dining has little dignity about it, although the combination is possible.”
—M.F.K. Fisher (19081992)
“A mother is not a person to lean on but a person to make leaning unnecessary.”
—Dorothy Canfield Fisher (20th century)