Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
F. nocturne, fr. L. nocturnus,. See Nocturnal, and cf. Nocturne
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
Fr. nocturne—L. nocturnus—nox, noctis, night.
The fascinating Scherzo and dreamy Nocturne followed.
"The World's Great Men of Music" by Harriette Brower
The nocturne had begun.
"Tales of the Five Towns" by Arnold Bennett
The day, unless illuminated by her beauty, is, to my eyes, of nocturnal darkness.
"Mr. Isaacs" by F. Marion Crawford
They used a nocturnal, read by touch, to help keep time at night by taking the altitude of the stars.
"Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed." by S. A. Reilly
I will now relate a few incidents attending these nocturnal excursions.
"Monsieur Violet" by Frederick Marryat
HOME TREATMENT FOR NOCTURNAL EMISSIONS.
"Searchlights on Health" by B. G. Jefferis and J. L. Nichols
And he had begun a nocturne that amused him.
"Lady Connie" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
He had chosen the right attendant for this nocturnal visit.
"Clementina" by A.E.W. Mason
What was the meaning of this long nocturnal pacing?
"Elizabeth's Campaign" by Mrs. Humphrey Ward
It is an early morning or rather a nocturnal fish, and grows to a weight of 3 lb or 4 lb.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Part 1, Slice 1" by Various
What means my name to you?…T'will die
As does the melancholy murmur
Of distant waves or, of a summer,
The forest's hushed nocturnal sigh.
"Lyric written in 1830" by Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
We were born of mothers of heaven and earth
and of powers with no end in view,
nocturnal wills and wills of light
with names that no one knew.
"Man's Multiplicity" by Karin Boye
She hailed from a very distant country,
Nocturnal child of ancient times;
She had no kin to greet her entry
Not even skies with a welcome shine.
"Snow Maiden" by Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok
Past porches and pavements and people
It plunged with its powerful light
Through streets in nocturnal confusion
Deep into the blackness of night.
"In Hospital" by Boris Pasternak
Since the last revolving dawn
Scatter'd the nocturnal cloud,
O, how many souls have gone,
Unprepar'd, to meet their God!
Yet thou dost prolong my breath,
Nor hast seal'd my eyes in death.
"Jesus," by Augustus Montague Toplady
The curve of your eyes embraces my heart
A ring of sweetness and dance
halo of time, sure nocturnal cradle,
And if I no longer know all I have lived through
It’s that your eyes have not always been mine.
"The Curve Of Your Eyes" by Paul Eluard
The Dark Side of Night— A Grim Gotham Nocturne .
Opossums are nocturnal, often going about their business unnoticed.
Lastly, some lucky individuals are able to so fully melt into pleasure that they can experience multiple orgasms , nocturnal orgasms and/or a blend of all the above.
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals – Stars.
Grace Potter, recently called "the best female singer in the country right now" by USA Today, is bringing her band, The Nocturnals, back to one of her favorite venues for a Wednesday concert at Cain's Ballroom .
Witnessing a nocturnal blooming .
Nocturne is proud to return to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Tiger Jam benefit in Las Vegas.
From the first Tiger Jam featuring the Eagles (1998), and later shows starring Christina Aguilera (2000), Prince (2004), and Bon Jovi (2003), Nocturne has provided video support for the event.
Grace Potter, recently called "the best female singer in the country right now" by USA Today, is bringing her band, The Nocturnals, back to one of her favorite venues for a Wednesday concert at Cain 's Ballroom.
I'll have the winner after 9 during Nocturnal Emissions, so listen on air and online.
Tom McDermott explains Connie Jones and ' Creole Nocturne'.
Hanna Montana Goes Live With Nocturne.
At the time, it seemed like a great idea, a nocturnal outing on a spring evening for a dozen or so Temple University friends.
PRG provided lighting and Nocturne provided video for Lennox's tour.
An owl's nocturnal vision is legendary.
The astrolabe, of course, but also the nocturnal, armillary spheres, cross staff, quadrant, dioptra, and (on p. 193) that funny-looking star-burst on a stick that old astronomers (we mean 15th century or something, not ourselves) are sometimes shown holding.
Astrophysics in 2006