Om nom nom!
 The meanings of several of these names are uncertain. See the respective Wikipedia article for each one for more details.
 By a trick of Rhea's, Zeus was spared this fate. He eventually gave Cronus an emetic, causing him to regurgitate the others. Then, with the help of his brothers and sisters, Zeus led a revolt against Cronus, eventually overthrowing him. This war is known as the Titanomachy. Read my review of Clash of the Titans, where I discuss the Titanomachy further, here.
 See (at your own risk) Saturn, Jupiter's father, devours one of his sons, Neptune by Peter Paul Rubens (here) and Saturno devorando a su hijo by Francisco de Goya (here, and the study here).
 I coined this term from Gr. αὐτός autós "self" + Gr. νήπιο nēpio "infant", "baby" + Gr. φαγεῖν phagein "to eat", "to devour", "to consume"—i.e. the act of eating one's own babies.