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Meaning & Definition of Dawn in English

English

Dawn

/dɔn/

noun

1. The first light of day

  • "We got up before dawn"
  • "They talked until morning"
    synonym:
  • dawn
  • ,
  • dawning
  • ,
  • morning
  • ,
  • aurora
  • ,
  • first light
  • ,
  • daybreak
  • ,
  • break of day
  • ,
  • break of the day
  • ,
  • dayspring
  • ,
  • sunrise
  • ,
  • sunup
  • ,
  • cockcrow

2. The earliest period

  • "The dawn of civilization"
  • "The morning of the world"
    synonym:
  • dawn
  • ,
  • morning

3. An opening time period

  • "It was the dawn of the roman empire"
    synonym:
  • dawn

verb

1. Become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions

  • "It dawned on him that she had betrayed him"
  • "She was penetrated with sorrow"
    synonym:
  • click
  • ,
  • get through
  • ,
  • dawn
  • ,
  • come home
  • ,
  • get across
  • ,
  • sink in
  • ,
  • penetrate
  • ,
  • fall into place

2. Appear or develop

  • "The age of computers had dawned"
    synonym:
  • dawn

3. Become light

  • "It started to dawn, and we had to get up"
    synonym:
  • dawn

Examples of using

Death is not extinguishing the light; it is only putting out the lamp because the dawn has come.
Tom was up before dawn.
Let's dance till the break of dawn!