Definition of Omophagies

1. omophagy [n] - See also: omophagy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Omophagies

omnivorousness
omnivory
omnivourous
omo-
omoclavicular
omoclavicular triangle
omoconazole
omohyoid
omohyoid muscle
omohyoids
omomyid
omomyids
omophagia
omophagias
omophagic
omophagies (current term)
omophagy
omophoria
omophorion
omophorions
omoplate
omoplates
omoplatoscopy
omostegite
omosterna
omosternal
omosternum
omothyroid
omotracheal triangle
omov

Literary usage of Omophagies

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1. Orpheus: A General History of Religions by Salomon Reinach (1909)
"... called omophagies in Greece; they subsisted in mystic rituals, long after man had given up eating uncooked meat. ..."

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