American Heritage Dictionary


can·ni·bal (kăn’ə-bəl) pronunciation

  1. A person who eats the flesh of other humans.
  2. An animal that feeds on others of its own kind.

[From Spanish Caníbalis, name (as recorded by Christopher Columbus) of the allegedly cannibalistic Caribs of Cuba and Haiti, from earlier Carib karibna, person, Carib.]

CANNIBALISM can’ni·bal·ism n.
CANNIBALISTIC can’ni·bal·is’ c adj.

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