diurnal definition

  • adjective:
    • associated with or happening in a 24-hour duration; each day.
    • Occurring or energetic throughout the daytime instead of at night: diurnal animals.
    • Botany Opening during daylight hours and closing at night.
    • Happening or occurring during sunlight, or mostly energetic during that time.
    • regarding or happening in a 24-hour period; every day.
    • developing or active through the daytime in place of during the night: diurnal animals.
    • Botany starting during daylight hours and shutting at night.
    • Happening or occurring during daylight, or mostly energetic during that time.
    • stated of a flower open, or releasing its perfume during daylight hours, however during the night.
    • Having a regular cycle that's completed every 24 hours, frequently referring to jobs, procedures, tides, or sunrise to sunset.
    • stated of a flower available, or releasing its perfume during daylight hours, although not during the night.
    • Having a regular pattern which finished every 24 hours, frequently talking about jobs, processes, tides, or sunrise to sunset.
    • complete when every day; daily, quotidian.
    • Published each day.
    • complete when every single day; every day, quotidian.
    • Published daily.
    • concerning the daytime; of the amount of daylight, distinguished from evening; -- in opposition to nocturnal
    • day-to-day; recurring day-after-day; done in one day; dealing with its alterations in daily; constituting the measure of just about every day
    • starting throughout the day, and closing during the night; -- stated of plants or leaves.
    • concerning the daytime; belonging to the period of daylight, distinguished from the evening; -- opposed to nocturnal
    • everyday; continual everyday; done per day; going right through its alterations in a-day; constituting the way of measuring every single day
    • Opening through the day, and shutting at night; -- stated of plants or leaves.
    • Active by-day; -- applied especially into the eagles and hawks among raptorial birds, also to butterflies (Diurna) among pests.
    • Active by day; -- used particularly on eagles and hawks among raptorial birds, and to butterflies (Diurna) among insects.
    • of or belonging to or energetic in the day
    • of or owned by or active through the day
    • having a regular pattern or occurring every day
    • having a daily period or occurring each day
    • Relating to or happening in a 24-hour period; daily.
    • Occurring or energetic throughout the daytime in the place of through the night: diurnal creatures.
    • Botany Opening during hours of sunlight and closing at night.
    • Happening or occurring during daylight, or mainly active throughout that time.
    • stated of a flower available, or releasing its perfume during hours of sunlight, yet not during the night.
    • Having an everyday period that's completed every 24 hours, often discussing tasks, processes, tides, or sunrise to sunset.
    • Done as soon as daily; each day, quotidian.
    • posted daily.
    • concerning the daytime; from the amount of sunlight, distinguished from the night; -- in opposition to nocturnal
    • Daily; recurring every day; performed in a day; going through its changes in a day; constituting the measure of a day
    • starting in the day, and shutting through the night; -- said of blossoms or leaves.
    • Active by day; -- applied specially to the eagles and hawks among raptorial birds, and butterflies (Diurna) among bugs.
    • of or belonging to or energetic during the day
    • having an everyday period or occurring every single day
  • noun:
    • a novel containing all workplaces the everyday canonical hours of prayer except matins.
    • Archaic A diary or journal.
    • Archaic a regular newspaper.
    • a novel containing all the offices the everyday canonical hours of prayer except matins.
    • Archaic A diary or record.
    • Archaic A daily magazine.
    • A flower that opens just in time.
    • a novel containing canonical workplaces carried out through the day, for this reason maybe not matins.
    • A diary or log.
    • A daily development book.
    • A flower that starts only in the day.
    • A book containing canonical offices performed through the day, for this reason perhaps not matins.
    • a journal or diary.
    • A daily news book.
    • A daybook; a journal.
    • a little volume containing the daily service the “little hours,” viz., prime, tierce, sext, nones, vespers, and compline.
    • A diurnal bird or pest.
    • A daybook; a journal.
    • A small amount containing the everyday solution the “little hours,” viz., prime, tierce, sext, nones, vespers, and compline.
    • A diurnal bird or pest.
    • A day-book; a diary; a journal.
    • a regular magazine.
    • A Roman Catholic service-book containing the offices when it comes to day-to-day hours of prayer.
    • In ornithology, a diurnal bird of victim.
    • In entomology, among Diurna.
    • A day-book; a diary; a journal.
    • an everyday newspaper.
    • A Roman Catholic service-book containing the workplaces the daily hours of prayer.
    • In ornithology, a diurnal bird of prey.
    • In entomology, one of many Diurna.
    • A book containing all the offices when it comes to everyday canonical hours of prayer except matins.
    • Archaic A diary or log.
    • Archaic A daily newspaper.
    • A flower that opens up only in day.
    • a novel containing canonical offices done in the day, therefore maybe not matins.
    • A diary or record.
    • a regular news book.
    • A daybook; a journal.
    • A small volume containing the daily solution the “little hours,” viz., prime, tierce, sext, nones, vespers, and compline.
    • A diurnal bird or pest.
    • A day-book; a diary; a journal.
    • a regular newspaper.
    • A Roman Catholic service-book containing the workplaces when it comes to daily hours of prayer.
    • In ornithology, a diurnal bird of prey.
    • In entomology, one of several Diurna.
  • others:
    • Of or owned by time; regarding the daytime; from the period of sunlight, as distinguished through the night: against nocturnal: because, diurnal heat; diurnal hours; diurnal practices, at the time of an animal.
    • routine; taking place each and every day: as, a diurnal task.
    • Of or owned by time; with respect to the daytime; belonging to the period of daylight, as distinguished from the night: against nocturnal: as, diurnal temperature; diurnal hours; diurnal practices, by an animal.
    • day-to-day; occurring daily: because, a diurnal task.
    • Performed in or occupying one-day; lasting but for 1 day; ephemeral.
    • Constituting the measure of on a daily basis, either from the planet or the other planets: since, the diurnal transformation for the planet, or of Mars or Jupiter.
    • Characterized by some modification or peculiarity which seems and vanishes aided by the daytime,
    • Performed in or occupying one day; lasting but for 1 day; ephemeral.
    • Constituting the measure of each and every day, either from the earth or one of several other planets: as, the diurnal revolution associated with the planet, or of Mars or Jupiter.
    • described as some modification or peculiarity which appears and disappears using the daytime,
    • Of or belonging to day; regarding the daytime; from the period of sunlight, as distinguished through the evening: in opposition to nocturnal: because, diurnal heat; diurnal hours; diurnal practices, as of an animal.
    • Daily; occurring each day: as, a diurnal task.
    • Performed in or occupying one day; enduring but for one-day; ephemeral.
    • Constituting the way of measuring every single day, either regarding earth or one of several other planets: as, the diurnal transformation associated with the planet, or of Mars or Jupiter.
    • described as some modification or peculiarity which seems and disappears using daytime,

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