noon definition

  • noun:
    • Twelve o'clock inside day; midday.
    • the full time or point in the sunlight's course at which sunlight is regarding local meridian. Also referred to as noontide, noontime.
    • the greatest point; the zenith.
    • Archaic Midnight.
    • The ninth hour associated with the time counted from sunrise; around three o'clock into the afternoon.
    • time if the sun is within its zenith; twelve-o'clock inside time, midday.
    • The corresponding time in the center of the night; midnight.
    • The middle of your day; midday; the full time once the sun is in the meridian; twelve o'clock in the daytime.
    • thus, the highest point; culmination.
    • The ninth time for the day based on Roman and ecclesiastical reckoning, particularly the ninth time from sunrise, or the middle hour between midday and sunset—that is, about 3 p. m.; later on, the ecclesiastical time of nones, whenever you want from midday till the ninth time.
    • Midday; enough time once the sun is within the meridian; twelve o'clock in daytime.
    • The middle or culminating point of any course; enough time of biggest brilliancy or power; the prime.
    • plural The noonday dinner. Compare nones, 2.
    • the center of the day
  • adjective:
    • No. begin to see the Note under No.
    • owned by midday; occurring at midday; meridional.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To just take sleep and refreshment at noon.
  • others:
    • Meridional.
    • To sleep at noon or during cozy an element of the time.
    • A Middle English as a type of none.

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