of a meal, esp. dinner
Origin of prandial; from Classical Latin prandium, late breakfast, luncheon ; from an unverified form pram-, early (prob. ; from Indo-European an unverified form p?m- ; from base an unverified form per, beyond from source first, from) + an unverified form ed-, base of edere, to eat + -al
Of or relating to a meal.
Origin of prandialFrom Latin prandium, late breakfast; see ed- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more prandial, superlative most prandial)
From Latin prandium (“late breakfast").