Etymology
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omnivore (n.)

"omnivorous animal or person," 1890 (as a dictionary word by 1846), formed from omnivorous on model of carnivore/carnivorous. French omnivore was noted as a neologism in that language in 1801 and might be the direct source of the English word.

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Definitions of omnivore

omnivore (n.)
a person who eats all kinds of foods;
omnivore (n.)
an animal that feeds on both animal and vegetable substances;
From wordnet.princeton.edu