1. Matutinal definition is - of, relating to, or occurring in the morning : early.
2. Origin of Matutinal 1650–60; <Late Latin mātūtinālis of, belonging to the morning, early, equivalent to Latin mātūtīn (us) of the morning (Mātūt (a) goddess of dawn + -īnus -ine 1) + -ālis -al 1 OTHER …
3. Matutinal Special classes of crepuscular behaviour include Matutinal (or matinal) and vespertine, denoting species active only in the dawn or only in the dusk, respectively.
4. What does Matutinal mean? Of, relating to, or occurring in the morning; early
Matutinal, Mean, Morning
5. Some Pokémon are Matutinal, which means they appear more frequently in the wild in the morning, or do not appear at all unless it is morning. This only applies to Generation II and Generation IV, where time is a major feature; while Generation VII features time-based encounters, it doesn't differentiate morning from daytime encounter-wise.
Mon, Matutinal, Means, More, Morning, Major
6. Matutinal (adj.) "pertaining to the morning; coming or occurring early in the day," 1650s, from Latin mātūtīnalis "pertaining to morning," from mātūtīnus "of or pertaining to the morning," from Mātūta, name of the Roman goddess of dawn, related to mātūrus "early" (see mature (v.))
Matutinal, Morning, Mature
7. Matutinal is a term used in the life sciences to describe an organism that is only or primarily active in the pre- dawn hours or early morning. The variant term matinal is used only in entomology, often used in literature on the natural history and ecology of bees.
Matutinal, Morning, Matinal
8. The big war steamers were getting their Matutinal scrub, and were alive with blue-and-white-clothed men
9. Well, one has run away to literature since, but where is the Matutinal beer? From the day when he first became a Wet Bob at Eton he had never wavered in …
10. See authoritative translations of Matutinal in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
11. Matutinal animals are mostly bees, though lets just suppose a dog is Matutinal, then it'd be suitable for early wakers, who do not just wake up and rush to their job, but actually have time to care for them, at least briefly
12. Matutinal organisms become active during dawn, thus, they share active states with crepuscular animals at dawn.
13. Mid 16th century from late Latin Matutinalis, from Latin matutinus ‘early’.
Mid, Matutinalis, Matutinus
14. Matutinal - pertaining to or occurring in the morning; "took his Matutinal walk" Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection
15. Matutinal - pertaining to or occurring in the morning; "took his Matutinal walk" Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection
16. Matutinal definition: of, occurring in, or during the morning Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
Matutinal, Morning, Meaning
17. Define Matutinal by Webster's Dictionary, WordNet Lexical Database, Dictionary of Computing, Legal Dictionary, Medical Dictionary, Dream Dictionary.
18. Matutinal, matinal (in entomological writings), and matutine are terms used in the life sciences to indicate something of, relating to, or occurring in the early morning
Matutinal, Matinal, Matutine, Morning
19. Du matin, matinal - matinier - Matutinal - auroral [Spéc
Matin, Matinal, Matinier, Matutinal
20. Du matin, matinal - morning - matinier - Matutinal - Matutinal - auroral [Spéc
Matin, Matinal, Morning, Matinier, Matutinal
21. Beauchemin a laissé comme héritage deux recueils de poèmes traitant de la vie rurale : Les floraisons Matutinales et Patrie intime.: Beauchemin can be remembered for his two collections of poems concentrating on rural life: Les floraisons Matutinales
22. Matutinal: 1 adj pertaining to or occurring in the morning “took his Matutinal walk”
23. ‘his Matutinal jog’ More example sentences ‘One can only trust that the Matutinal fare provided by the proprietors is of a less homicide-provocative kind - no mutton broth - than that borne forth from Bridget Sullivan's kitchen that bloodstained Thursday morning 108 years ago.’
Matutinal, More, Mutton, Morning
24. Matutinal, of the morning: Translations: 1 – 1 / 1
25. Matutinal - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
26. Spanish words for Matutinal include de la mañana and temprano
27. Let there be light, and there was a sort of Matutinal, * glowing phenomenon that slowly transfused, etc.
28. Block That Adjective! These Matutinal excursions were planned on the preceding evening.
29. The next morning Rastignac woke late and stayed in bed, giving himself up to one of those Matutinal reveries in the course of which a young man glides like a sylph under many a …
Morning, Matutinal, Man, Many
30. Definition of Matutinal in the Definitions.net dictionary
31. What does Matutinal mean? Information and translations of Matutinal in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
Matutinal, Mean, Most
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34. Matutinal" intimes " hours, those telephonic matin閑s, as the most romantic of his life
Matutinal, Matin, Most
35. • Vertigo frequently begins in the morning while the patient is in bed (Matutinal vertigo)
36. Forty-eight percent of the patients reported Matutinal
37. Matutinal is a term used in the life sciences to describe an organism that is only or primarily active in the pre-dawn hours or early morning.The variant term matinal is used only in entomology, often used in literature on the natural history and ecology of bees.There are numerous genera and species of bees that exhibit this behavior, it is
Matutinal, Morning, Matinal
38. Translation for 'Matutinal' in the free English-Italian dictionary and many other Italian translations.
39. Antonym of “Matutinal” is _____
40. • Matutinal (adjective) Sense 1
41. Classified under: Relational adjectives (pertainyms) Context example: took his Matutinal walk
42. Sr[i.bar]harsa imagines a connection between the inarticulate Matutinal chatter of these birds and homophonous morphemes in a Papini an sutra and wonders rather factitiously--if perhaps the two birds might be having a spirited morning discourse about grammar.
Matutinal, Morphemes, Might, Morning
43. The Matutinal concert was early in full swing, the hermit thrushes, western robins, and Audubon's warblers being the chief choralists
44. Matutinal of the (early) morning
45. Source for information on Matutinal: The Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology dictionary.
46. What does matutine mean? Of or relating to early morning; occurring in the early morning; Matutinal
Matutine, Mean, Morning, Matutinal
47. Matutinal parida; Continguts de L’altra ràdio del dimecres 17 de març, a les 12:05 hores, i el dissabte 20, a les 23; Poetes catalanes (296): Mireia Companys Tena; Mallorca i la repressió contra la memòria històrica de l´esquerra revolucionària; Sant Esteve de Palautordera, seu de la primera trobada de carpes de circ
Matutinal, Mar, Mireia, Mallorca, Mem
48. Matutinalis " pertaining to morning," from matutinus " of or pertaining to the morning," from
Matutinalis, Morning, Matutinus
49. Matutinal (muh-TOOT-n-uhl) adjective Relating to or occurring in the morning
Matutinal, Muh, Morning
50. [From Late Latin Matutinalis, from Latin matutinus (of the morning)
Matutinalis, Matutinus, Morning
51. Latin: ·dative masculine singular of mātūtīnus· dative neuter singular of mātūtīnus· ablative masculine singular of mātūtīnus ablative neuter singular of mātūtīnus·morning (attributive) Synonyms: matinal, Matutinal
Masculine, Morning, Matinal, Matutinal
52. Vertigo frequently begins in the morning while the patient is in bed (Matutinal vertigo)
53. Forty-eight percent of the patients reported Matutinal vertig …
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MATUTINAL [məˈtyo͞otn(ə)l, ˌmaCHəˈtīnl]
Definition of matutinal : of, relating to, or occurring in the morning : early Other Words from matutinal
The etymology of the term matutinal is the Latin word mātūtīnus, ('of or pertaining to the morning') (from Mātūta, Roman goddess of the dawn + -īnus, '-ine') + -ālis, ('-al'). Selection pressures, such as high predatory activity or low food may require animals to change their behaviours to adapt.
This example is from Wikipedia and may be reused under a CC BY-SA license. A related term is matutinal, referring only to activity limited to dawn twilight. This example is from Wikipedia and may be reused under a CC BY-SA license. These examples are from the Cambridge English Corpus and from sources on the web.
In ecology, matutinal (or, in entomological writings, matinal) crepuscular animals are those that are significantly active during pre-dawn or early morning hours. During the morning’s twilight period and shortly thereafter, these animals partake in important tasks, such as scanning for mates, mating, and foraging.