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postprandial (adj.)

also post-prandial, 1820, from post- "after" + Latin prandium "luncheon" (usually bread, fish, or cold meat, taken around noon), from *pram "early" (from PIE *pre-, variant of root *per- (1) "forward," hence "in front of, before, first") + edere "to eat" (from PIE root *ed- "to eat") + -al (1).

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Definitions of postprandial from WordNet

postprandial (adj.)
following a meal (especially dinner);
his postprandial cigar
took a postprandial walk
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