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creophagy (n.)

"the eating of meat," 1860 in theological writings, in reference to the nature of the Lord's Presence in the Sacrament, from Latinized form of Greek kreo-, combining form of kreas "flesh" (from PIE root *kreue- "raw flesh") + -phagy "eating" (see -phagous). Related: Creophagous; creophagist.