[ nok-tis ]
/ ˈnɒk tɪs /
(in prescriptions) of the night.
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Origin of noctis
< Latin, genitive singular of nox night
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Examples from the Web for noctis
July 10th, Mr. William Maynard natus hora 12 noctis, vel paulo post, Londini.The Private Diary of Dr. John Dee|John Dee