[nok-choo-id] /ˈnɒk tʃu ɪd/
Also called owlet moth. any of numerous dull-colored moths of the family Noctuidae, the larvae of which include the armyworms and cutworms.
belonging or pertaining to the family Noctuidae.
any nocturnal moth of the family Noctuidae: includes the underwings and antler moth See also cutworm, army worm
of, relating to, or belonging to the Noctuidae
[nok-chool] /ˈnɒk tʃul/ noun 1. a large reddish insectivorous bat, Nyctalus noctula, common to Europe and Asia. /ˈnɒktjuːl/ noun 1. any of several large Old World insectivorous bats of the genus Nyctalus, esp N. noctula: family Vespertilionidae
[nok-too r-ee-uh, -tyoo r-] /nɒkˈtʊər i ə, -ˈtyʊər-/ noun 1. a condition in which one often wakes up during the night to urinate. /nɒktˈjʊərɪə/ noun 1. abnormally excessive urination during the night nocturia noc·tu·ri·a (nŏk-tur’ē-ə, -tyur’-) n. Urination at night, especially if excessive.
[nok-turn] /ˈnɒk tɜrn/ noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. the office of matins, consisting of nine psalms and either three or nine lessons. /ˈnɒktɜːn/ noun 1. (RC Church) any of the main sections of the office of matins n. a division of the office of matins, early 13c., from Old French nocturne “evening service; curfew,” from […]
[nok-tur-nl] /nɒkˈtɜr nl/ adjective 1. of or relating to the night (opposed to ). 2. done, occurring, or coming at night: nocturnal visit. 3. active at night (opposed to ): nocturnal animals. 4. opening by night and closing by day, as certain flowers (opposed to ). noun 5. Archaic. an astrolabe for telling time at […]