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(noun) : the period of time in the early morning when it is still dark
Submitted by: jordan francisco from Philippines Jul. 19, 2011 10:56
(noun) : The time between 12am and around 4am when it is not yet early enough to call morning, but is too late to call night.
"I'm off to bed, mornight!" —Anne Callow, Myself!, 2005
Submitted by: Anne Callow from United Kingdom May. 28, 2006 17:01
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