bibliophagy etymology

English word bibliophagy comes from English -phagy, English biblio- (Relating to books. Relating to the Bible.)

Detailed word origin of bibliophagy

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-phagy English (eng) (forming nouns) eating in a specified manner, normal or abnormal.. (forming nouns) feeding on; consumption of.
biblio- English (eng) Relating to books. Relating to the Bible.
bibliophagy English (eng) The habit of voracious reading.

Words with the same origin as bibliophagy

Descendants of -phagy
aerophagy androphagy anthropophagy autophagy bacteriophagy encephalophagy endophagy ferritinophagy foliophagy geophagy gynophagy hematophagy heterophagy necrophagy oligophagy omophagy oophagy osteophagy paedophagy pantophagy phytophagous placentophagy psomophagy stenophagy
Descendants of biblio-
Bibliodrama abibliophobia biblioblog biblioclast bibliofilm bibliolater bibliolatrist bibliolatrous bibliolatry bibliological bibliomancy bibliomaniac bibliometry bibliomystery bibliophily bibliophobia bibliopoly bibliotherapy ethnobibliotherapy