Nightly



[nahyt-lee] /ˈnaɪt li/

adjective
1.
coming or occurring each :
his nightly walk to the newsstand.
2.
coming, occurring, appearing, or active at :
nightly revels.
3.
of, relating to, or characteristic of :
the nightly gloom before a storm.
adverb
4.
on every :
performances given nightly.
5.
at or by :
an animal that is seen nightly.
/ˈnaɪtlɪ/
adjective
1.
happening or relating to each night
2.
happening at night
adverb
3.
at night or each night
adj.

Old English nihtlic “nocturnal, of the night, at night;” see night + -ly (1). As an adverb, Middle English nihtlich, from the adjective.

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