piscivorous

Piscivore vs Piscivorous - What's the difference?

piscivore | piscivorous | Related terms |

Piscivore is a related term of piscivorous.


As a noun piscivore

is a fish eater.

As an adjective piscivorous is

(chiefly|of birds) that feeds on fish; fish-eating.

Eating vs Piscivorous - What's the difference?

eating | piscivorous |


As adjectives the difference between eating and piscivorous

is that eating is suitable to be eaten without being cooked while piscivorous is (chiefly|of birds) that feeds on fish; fish-eating.

As a verb eating

is .

As a noun eating

is the act of ingesting food.

Fish vs Piscivorous - What's the difference?

fish | piscivorous |


As a noun fish

is (countable) a cold-blooded vertebrate animal that lives in water, moving with the help of fins and breathing with gills or fish can be (obsolete) a counter, used in various games.

As a verb fish

is to try to catch fish, whether successfully or not.

As an adjective piscivorous is

(chiefly|of birds) that feeds on fish; fish-eating.