roration

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Etymology[edit]

From the Latin rōrātio.

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roration (plural rorations)

  1. A falling of dew.
    With dawn we see the mark of yesternight’s roration.
    • 1810: James Kennedy, Glenochel: A Descriptive Poem in Two Volumes, volume 1, page 50
      That in the bland rorations calm
       Their luscious redolence receive,
      And, with a still, ambrosial balm,
       Aromatize the breath of eve.

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