hungry; voracious; greedy
Origin of esurient; from Classical Latin esuriens, present participle of esurire, to be hungry ; from past participle of edere, eat
Origin of esurientLatin &emacron;suri&emacron;ns, &emacron;surient-, present participle of &emacron;sur&imacron;re, desiderative of edere, to eat; see ed- in Indo-European roots.
- e·su′ri·ence , e·su′ri·en·cy
(comparative more esurient, superlative most esurient)