英 [,mætjʊ'taɪn(ə)l; mə'tjuːtɪn(ə)l]
- matutinal (adj.)
- 1650s, from Latin matutinalis "pertaining to morning," from matutinus "of or pertaining to the morning," from Matuta, name of the Roman goddess of dawn, related to maturus âearlyâ (see mature (v.)). Earlier in same sense was matutine (mid-15c.). Related: Matutinally.
- 1. Matutinal intoxication of life!
[ matutinal 造句 ]