acronical

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acronychal, acronycal or acronical (əˈkrɒnɪkəl)
 
adj
occurring at sunset: the star has an acronychal rising
 
[C16: from Greek akronychos at sunset, from acro- + nykh-, nyx night]
 
acronycal, acronycal or acronical
 
adj
 
[C16: from Greek akronychos at sunset, from acro- + nykh-, nyx night]
 
acronical, acronycal or acronical
 
adj
 
[C16: from Greek akronychos at sunset, from acro- + nykh-, nyx night]
 
a'cronychally, acronycal or acronical
 
adv
 
a'cronycally, acronycal or acronical
 
adv
 
a'cronically, acronycal or acronical
 
adv

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