brycho-, brych-, bryco-, bryc-, bryko-, bryk-

(Greek: to eat nosily or greedily; to eat with much noise, to tear or rip into pieces)

brychocarnivorous, brykocarnivorous (adjective), more brychocarnivorous, most brychocarnivorous
1. A reference to the eating of meat with a lot of noise and greed.
2. Descriptive of tearing and ripping meat into pieces while in the process of eating it: "Hyenas which primarily feed on flesh as scavengers are known to be brychocarnivorous consumers."
brychomania
A nervous disorder characterized by grinding the teeth.
brychomnivorous, brykomnivorous
1. When referring to people, eating in a noisy, uncouth, or barbaric manner.
2. Animals which eat in a wild or noisy way.
brychophobia, brykophobia (s) (noun); brychophobias, brykophobias (pl)
An abnormal hatred and fear of being around people who eat in a ravenous or voracious style: When Pamela goes to restaurants, she is greatly disturbed and has brychophobia when the children of some families gobble their food as if they are starving.
Ixobrychus exilis
Utah bird, Least Bittern; from Greek ixos, "the mistletoe berry or plant" plus brycho, "to eat noisily with a belch and a bellow" plus exilis, "small".
Onobrychis
Ononis: the classical Greek name used by Pliny for the rest-harrow, one of several Old World plants having woody stems, axillary pink or purplish flowers, and trifoliate leaves with dentate leaflets; referring to its use as hay or as a forage plant.

Related "eat, eating" word units: esculent-; esophago-; glutto-; phago-; vor-.

Cross references of word families that are related directly, or indirectly, to: "food, nutrition, nourishment": alimento-; broma-; carno-; cibo-; esculent-; sitio-; tropho-; Eating Crawling Snacks; Eating: Carnivorous-Plant "Pets"; Eating: Folivory or Leaf Eaters; Eating: Omnivorous.