To furnish with morning meal
- to split people quickly each morning also eat 1st dinner within the day
- 1st meal into the day or what is consumed during the very first meal
- give breakfast for
- eat an early break fast
- initial meal for the time (usually each day)
- the very first dinner inside time, or that which is consumed at first dinner.
- A meal after fasting, or meals generally.
- to-break a person's quickly each day; also eat the first dinner into the time.
- To provide with breakfast.
mid-15c., from break (v.) + fast (n.). A classic English term because of it was undernmete (see undern), in addition morgenmete "morning dinner.". The verb is recorded from 1670s. Relevant: Breakfasted; breakfasting. Spanish almuerzo "lunch," but previously whilst still being in your area "breakfast," is from Latin admorsus, previous participle of admordere "to bite into," from ad- "to" + mordere "to bite." In keeping with almuerzo, terms for "breakfast" have a tendency in the long run to shift in definition toward "lunch;" compare French d
(n.) The initial meal for the time
(n.) The initial meal when you look at the day, or what is eaten within first dinner.
- (letter.) Dinner after fasting, or food generally.
- (v. i.) To break one's fast in the morning; also consume the very first meal into the day.
- (v. t.) To furnish with morning meal.
He pushed away his breakfast dishes and stared out the patio doors at the low hanging clouds.