therio-, theri-, thero-, ther-, -there, -therium, -theria, -theridae, -therian, -therioid, -theroida +

(Greek: animal, wild beast, wild animal)

theriomorphic
theriomorphism
theriomorphous
theriomotherapeutics
1. Treatment of the diseases of lower animals.
2. Animal therapeutics as practiced by veterinarians.
theriophobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
An excessive apprehension of wild animals: Patricia was really frightened of untamed and savage creatures, like wolves, bears, and varments because she had theriophobia, but she loved her tabby at home.
theriotherapy
Treatment of the diseases of lower animals; usually by a veterinarian.
theriotomy
The dissection or anatomy of beasts (wild animals); zootomy.
theriotrophical
A reference to the nursing or rearing of humans by beasts (wild animals).
theriozoic
Of or belonging to a period in human history preceding the domestication of animals.
Therizinosaurids
A “scythe (reaping) lizard” from Late Cretaceous eastern Central Asia.
theroid
Like or having the form of a brute; of bestial nature or character.
A man considers himself to be a raging bull.
therologic
therological
therologist
A specialist in therology; a mammalogist.
therology
The science of beasts (wild animals) or mammals.

Related "animal" units: anima-; faun-; zoo-.