In Norwegian we just eat. I mean the verb is “to eat”, then comes what we eat. We eat breakfast, we eat lunch, we eat dinner, and we probably eat something in between.
In Spanish however, they don’t just eat, they have a separate verb for every meal, instead of saying “eating …(the meal)”.
So in the morning, they are breakfast’ing, then they are lunch’ing, and in the evening they are dinner’ing. And in between they are “in between meals’ing”.
Breakfast = desayuno. Desayunando, means having breakfast.
Lunch = almuerzo. Almorzando, means having lunch.
Dinner = cena. Cenando, means having dinner.
In between/snack = merienda. Merendando, means having a snack, a little something in between meals.
Another thing just made up to confuse us poor foreigners trying to learn the language, for sure!