I just learned a great new word:
prandial | of or pertaining to a meal.
from the Latin prandium meaning a late breakfast or luncheon; taken from the greek pro (before) and endios (midday). Now it is used in relation to any meal.
You can say ‘pre-prandial’, which means before a meal. Or ‘post-prandial’, after a meal. Or you could say ‘pro-prandial’ (all for meals!), ‘peri-prandial’ (around meals; meal accoutrements), or poly-prandial (many mealed and may more merrily materialise!). I’m mixing etymologies but whatever.
A seriously great word.
How would you prefix ‘prandial’? Best response gets a prize. Multiple entries are allowed and encouraged.