cibo-, -cibal

(Latin: food; a meal)

ante cibos (plural of ante cibum)
Before meals and is usually abbreviated as a.c. in prescriptions, etc.
ante cibum (s), ante cibos (pl)
Before a meal; usually, abbreviated a.c. in medical prescriptions, etc.
antecibal
Preceding a meal.
cibarian
Of or pertaining to food.
cibarious
A reference to food, edible.
cibation
The act of taking food.
cibomania
An excessive desire to eat all kinds of food.
Modern food is a "natural substance" most of whose ingredients are artificial flavors, colors, and preservatives.
—Anonymous
cibophobia (s) (noun), cibophobias (pl)
An irrational fear or distaste of eating food, sometimes with a particular food or class of foods: In some religions (Hindus are vegetarian while Muslims and Jews are forbidden to eat pork), if a person consumes a forbidden aliment by mistake, or is forced to do so, he or she may vomit or feel nauseous for days.

Susan decided to lose weight by restricting the amount she had at meals, and lost much more than was necessary, and consequently suffered from cibophobia, or which is also known as anorexia.

Man is about to vomit because he didn't know that he had been eating a bat and it made him sick.
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The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink what you don't like, and do what you'd rather not.

—Mark Twain
cibosity
A store of food.
postcibal
Occurring after a meal.
precibal (adjective), more precibal, most precibal
Concerning something which occurs before a meal: Steven was used to the important precibal activity of washing his hands before sitting down to eat.

Cross references of word families that are related directly, or indirectly, to: "food, nutrition, nourishment": alimento-; broma-; carno-; esculent-; sitio-; tropho-; Eating Crawling Snacks; Eating: Carnivorous-Plant "Pets"; Eating: Folivory or Leaf Eaters; Eating: Omnivorous.