night-night

[ interjection nahyt-nahyt, -nahyt; adverb nahyt-nahyt ]
/ interjection ˈnaɪtˈnaɪt, -ˌnaɪt; adverb ˈnaɪtˌnaɪt /

interjection

Informal. good night.

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Idioms for night-night

    go night-night, Baby Talk. to go to bed or to sleep.

Origin of night-night

First recorded in 1895–1900
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Example sentences from the Web for night-night

  • "Just a little peep at dainty Miss Mission, to say night-night," he smiled, unfastening the catch on the chronometer case.

    Gold Out of Celebes|Aylward Edward Dingle
  • Night-night, echoed Ted, as he wiggled his fingers in a funny fashion at Trouble.

    The Curlytops at Silver Lake|Howard Roger Garis
  • And ''night-night' and 'daddy' were two-year-old language to Jim.

British Dictionary definitions for night-night

night-night

sentence substitute

an informal word for good night
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