What is another word for minuit?

5 synonyms found


[ mˈɪnjuːˌɪt], [ mˈɪnjuːˌɪt], [ m_ˈɪ_n_j_uː_ˌɪ_t]

"Minuit" is a French word that usually refers to midnight. The term has its roots in the Latin word 'medius' meaning "middle" and 'nocte' meaning "of the night." When writing about this time of day, rather than repeating the same word, one can use a myriad of synonyms to keep writing fresh and engaging. Some examples include "12 a.m." or "midnight hour." Other synonyms for "minuit" include "witching hour," "dead of night," "the stroke of twelve," "the queen of the night," "hour of the bat," and "hour of the owl." These synonyms not only make writing more interesting but also help communicate a specific mood during this time of day.

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