- herbert's operation,
- herbert, george,
- herbert, victor,
Origin of herbivore
Examples from the Web for herbivore
Are young Americans ready to move off the competitive playing field and onto the herbivore pastureland?Are Millennials Turning Their Backs on the American Dream?|Joel Kotkin|November 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A garbage can is an herbivore grazing on stalks of ringworm.The Land of Look Behind|Paul Cameron Brown
There are a few species of rodent-like animals—they're scavengers—and a herbivore we called the woods goat.Space Prison|Tom Godwin
Word Origin for herbivore
1851, from Modern Latin herbivora (1830) or French herbivore (1748), from Latin herbivorus, from herba "a herb" + vorare "devour, swallow" (see voracity).
A living thing that eats only plants. Cattle, sheep, and horses are herbivores.