dayspring

[dey-spring]
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Origin of dayspring

Middle English word dating back to 1250–1300; see origin at day, spring
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  • Dayspring neglects to mention that seems to made in the context of a consensual adult relationship.

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British Dictionary definitions for dayspring

dayspring

noun
  1. a poetic word for dawn
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