Origin of diurnal
OTHER WORDS FROM diurnal
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH diurnaldiurnal , nocturnal
Words nearby diurnal
How to use diurnal in a sentence
I think future studies will reveal many plant species that are thought to be dependent on pollination by diurnal insects are indeed pollinated by nocturnal moths, to some extent.Moths pollinate clover flowers at night, after bees have gone home|Jake Buehler|July 26, 2022|Science News
With the help of a therapist, she developed a more diurnal schedule that allowed her to get work done while maintaining a social life.
The diurnal rotation of the Earth is effected round this axis.
He accomplishes his diurnal revolution in less than ten hours!
A son of the first king suggested the plan of giving the sun diurnal movement and the changing light.The Land of the Changing Sun|William N. Harben
Drymobius margaritiferus margaritiferus is diurnal and terrestrial; it feeds on frogs at the edges of breeding ponds by day.
All of these are diurnal, and all but Laemanctus have been observed sleeping on bushes at night.
British Dictionary definitions for diurnal
Derived forms of diurnaldiurnally, adverb
Word Origin for diurnal
Medical definitions for diurnal
Other words from diurnaldi•ur′nal•ly adv.
Scientific definitions for diurnal
- Occurring once in a 24-hour period; daily.
- Having a 24-hour cycle. The movement of stars and other celestial objects across the sky are diurnal.