From γαλακτοφάγος (galaktophágos, “milk-fed”).
galactophagous (not comparable)
- (rare) Consuming milk.
1913, John Bagnell Bury, editor, The Cambridge Medieval History, page 432:
- The oldest explicit information concerning a Nomado-Slavic State on the lower Danube is to be found in Pseudo-Caesarius of the Nazianzus of the sixth – probably even the fourth – century A.D., viz. that of the galactophagous Phisonitae or Danubians […] and the vegetarian Slavs.