moro1 day, from daybreak (vono i-sodo) to dusk [...]

Part of Speech noun
Phonetic Form moro
Proto-Form (?) POc: *ma-raqan 'daylight'
Lovono Equivalent mare, mware
    • day, from daybreak (vono i-sodo) to dusk (vonila)
    • (Part of) Antonym (for)
      • Example 719:
        ne moro po kape le-le le-katei kuo ene
        the day when they were going to drag the canoe
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      • Example 1335:
        Li-bo kuo votobo pe i-la moro tete we teva.
        Making a canoe can take up to three or four days.
      • Example 1718:
        moro abia
        every day
      • Example 1719:
        moro pe li-ve eo
        the day when you were born
      • Example 1720:
        to moro → tomoro
        middle of day → midday → day

Related entries

  • See also:
    • bogo night
    • bwogo1 night: period of darkness in the day cycle / day, when counting them
    • moro1 day, from daybreak (vono i-sodo) to dusk (vonila)
    • tomoro midday / daylight, day
    • vono i-sodo early in the morning
    • momobo morning
    • tomoro wako midday
    • ~le1 go somewhere / introduces a locative before the main verb, when previous motion is implied / get up and (do V): introduces a new action, whether or not involving a literal motion event. Not always translated / leave, be gone / leave its zenith position; hence be early afternoon, around 2pm / pass, reach (such and such moment) / be past / become
    • ~tavali go to the other side / set: go down in the sky, during late afternoon
    • ~la2 become dusk; hence ‹day› come to an end
    • vonila evening
    • nedemo1 be night, be dark
    • ne bwogo during the night; tonight
    • nobwogo last night
    • mobo1 morning
    • pepane yesterday
    • moro iote one day, in the past or future / the next day
    • moro waini one day, in the past or future / once upon a time
    • aeve the sun / the sun in its daily course, as a reference for indicating the time of the day / hours on the clock; o'clock