a person who eats the flesh of other human beings : [as adj. ] cannibal tribes.
• an animal that feeds on flesh of its own species.
cannibalism |-ˌlizəm| noun
cannibalistic |ˌkanəbəˈlistik| adjective
cannibalistically |ˌkanəbəˈlistik(ə)lē| adverb
ORIGIN mid 16th cent.: from Spanish Canibales (plural), variant (recorded by Columbus) of Caribes, the name of a West Indian people reputed to eat humans (see Carib ).
If your stomach is strong, you can see extremely graphic images of human carcasses being prepared for cannibals at this website: On the business of providing human flesh to wealthy Luciferians.