undertide

Undertide

Un"der*tide`\, Undertime \Un"der*time`\, n. [Under + tide, time. Cf. Undern.] The under or after part of the day; undermeal; evening. [Obs.]

He, coming home at undertime, there found The fairest creature that he ever saw. --Spenser.
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undertide

noun
a current below the surface of a fluid 
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