comestible[kə mes′tə bəl]
comestible definition by Webster's New World
Origin: French ; from Classical Latin comestus, comesus, past participle of comedere, to eat ; from com-, intensive plush edere, to eat
comestible definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: French, from Old French, from Late Latin comēstibilis, from Latin comēstus, alteration (influenced by pōtus, drunk) of comēsus, past participle of comedere, to eat up : com-, intensive pref.; see com- + edere, to eat; see ed- in Indo-European roots.