Examples of viand
<a shop selling caviar, foie gras, designer chocolates, and other pricey viands>
<the inn serves its choice viands on delicate china and its selection of vintage wines in the finest crystal available>
Origin of viand
Middle English, viaunde, from Anglo-French, from Medieval Latin vivanda food, alteration of Latin vivenda, neuter plural of vivendus, gerundive of vivere to live — more at quick
First Known Use: 15th century
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