Nooning



[noo-ning] /ˈnu nɪŋ/

noun, Chiefly Inland North.
1.
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2.
an interval at for rest or food.
3.
a rest or meal at .
/ˈnuːnɪŋ/
noun (dialect, mainly US)
1.
a midday break for rest or food
2.
midday; noon

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