nocturn

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nocturn (plural nocturns)

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  1. The night office of the Christian Liturgy of the Hours, such as is performed in christian monasteries.

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From Latin nocturnus.

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nocturn (feminine nocturna, masculine plural nocturns, feminine plural nocturnes)

  1. nocturnal

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Borrowed from French nocturne, from Latin nocturnus. There was also a now obsolete form nopturn[1] created based on noapte in the 19th century.

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nocturn m, n (feminine singular nocturnă, masculine plural nocturni, feminine and neuter plural nocturne)

  1. nocturnal

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