I call mine "Avondeten". (avond = evening , eten = food, meal)
When I speak English, though, I go with "supper". But when people say "dinner" I can usually see from the context whether they mean "noon dinner" or "evening dinner".
Most Americans I chat with call what's eaten at noon "lunch" and what's eaten in the evening "dinner".
What language is this, Please? I'd like to learn more about it - languages are a passion of mine
It's Dutch! I live in the Dutch-speaking part of Belgium.
Ontbijt is Dutch for breakfast, by the way.
For what we eat at noon, we might use "middagmaal" (mid day meal) or use the word lunch just like in English.
We've borrowed the word "brunch", too.
The words "diner" and "souper" (from French) are sometimes still used in Dutch for formal occasions.