Associations to the word «Morning»
MORNING, noun. The part of the day from dawn to midday.
MORNING, noun. The part of the day after midnight and before midday: one o'clock in the morning = 0100 or 1 a.m.
MORNING, interjection. A greeting said in the morning; good morning
MORNING AFTER, noun. The after-effects of a drinking session; a hangover.
MORNING AFTERS, noun. Plural of morning after
MORNING BREATH, noun. Fetid breath noticeable shortly after waking up, caused by dryness in the mouth.
MORNING COAT, noun. A man's formal coat worn as the principal item in morning dress.
MORNING COATS, noun. Plural of morning coat
MORNING DRAUGHT, noun. (now rare) An alcoholic drink taken as breakfast, or early in the morning. [from 16th c.]
MORNING DRAUGHTS, noun. Plural of morning draught
MORNING DRESS, noun. Men's formal day wear consisting of a (usually) dark grey morning coat, waistcoat and striped trousers accompanied with a top hat, white shirt and tie or cravat.
MORNING GIFT, noun. A gift traditionally given in some (especially Germanic) cultures by the husband to his wife on the first morning of their marriage.
MORNING GLORIES, noun. Plural of morning glory
MORNING GLORY, noun. Several members of the Convolvulaceae family; climbing plants with trumpet shaped flowers.
MORNING GLORY, noun. (informal) An involuntary erection present on waking.
MORNING GLORY, noun. A rolling cloud in the shape of a cylinder.
MORNING GOWN, noun. (dated) A dressing gown.
MORNING GOWNS, noun. Plural of morning gown
MORNING GUN, noun. (military) At military posts, a gun fired at the first note of reveille; the firing of this gun.
MORNING IMPAIRED, adjective. (slang) (humorous) Of or pertaining to the inability to think clearly or get moving in the morning.
MORNING KITCHEN, noun. A small collection of appliances and utilities placed in a residence to facilitate the preparation of quick meals or beverages near the living quarters. Usually not found near the primary kitchen. Similar to a wet bar, but more oriented to private use as opposed to entertaining.
MORNING PEOPLE, noun. Plural of morning person
MORNING PERSON, noun. (idiomatic) A person whose who wakes up without difficulty early each morning and who is alert and active during the first part of the day.
MORNING ROOM, noun. A sitting-room in a big house, usually in the past, where people stayed in daylight only.
MORNING SICKNESS, noun. (medicine) Early morning nausea and vomiting as a symptom of pregnancy.
MORNING SLEEP, noun. The second sleep of the night in a biphasic sleep pattern.
MORNING STAR, noun. The planet Venus as observed in the eastern sky around dawn.
MORNING STAR, noun. (less commonly) The planet Mercury as observed in the eastern sky around dawn.
MORNING STAR, noun. (military) A weapon consisting of a heavy ball set with spikes attached rigidly to a staff, in contrast to a flail.
MORNING STAR, proper noun. The planet Venus as seen in the eastern sky around dawn.
MORNING STARS, noun. Plural of morning star
MORNING SUIT, noun. Formal daywear consisting of a (usually) gray tailcoat and matching trousers, grey top hat, white shirt and tie or cravat. Morning dress can be worn up to 5:00 pm.
MORNING SUITS, noun. Plural of morning suit
MORNING TEA, noun. (Australia) (NZ) A small meal or snack eaten between breakfast and lunch; a period of time set aside for this purpose, taken as a break from schoolwork, work, a conference, etc.
MORNING TEAS, noun. Plural of morning tea
MORNING TENT, noun. (informal) An erection that a man has upon waking up, which forms a tent-like shape on his pants.
MORNING TENTS, noun. Plural of morning tent
MORNING WOOD, noun. (informal) An involuntary erection that a man has upon waking up.
MORNING WOODIE, noun. Morning wood
MORNING WOODIES, noun. Plural of morning woodie
MORNING WOODS, noun. Plural of morning wood
MORNING WOODY, noun. (slang) morning wood
MORNING ZOO, noun. (US) A morning radio show format with plenty of wackiness and zaniness.
MORNING ZOOS, noun. Plural of morning zoo
MORNING, noun. The time period between dawn and noon; "I spent the morning running errands".
MORNING, noun. A conventional expression of greeting or farewell.
MORNING, noun. The first light of day; "we got up before dawn"; "they talked until morning".
MORNING, noun. The earliest period; "the dawn of civilization"; "the morning of the world".
To use the same words is not a sufficient guarantee of understanding; one must use the same words for the same genus of inward experience; ultimately one must have one's experiences in common.