Vegan vs Carnivore - What's the difference?

vegan | carnivore |

As an adjective vegan

is relating to.

As a noun vegan

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As a proper noun carnivore is

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(wikipedia vegan)


  • Relating to vegans or veganism.
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • A person who does not consume, use or eat any animal products; a supporter of veganism
  • Derived terms

    * veganism * veganist

    See also

    * vegetarian * vegetarianism ----




    (en noun)
  • Any animal that eats meat as the main part of its diet.
  • (label) A mammal belonging to the order Carnivora.
  • (informal) A person who is not a vegetarian.
  • Usage notes

    Not all meat-eaters (e.g. meat-eating birds and fish) belong to Carnivora, and not all Carnivora are meat-eaters (e.g. giant panda). To avoid the confusion, a new term carnivoran has been introduced to mean "belonging to Carnivora".


    * meatarian, meatatarian (of people)

    Derived terms

    * obligate carnivore