1. Visual Arts: a piece appropriate to the night or evening; a picture of the night scene.
2. Music: an instrumental composition of a dreamy or pensive character.
3. Music: a short composition of a romantic nature, typically for piano.
Etymology: from late Latin nocturnalis, from Latin nocturnus “of the night”, from nox, noct- “night”.
Did you know that you actually can never forget a face? Every single face you’ve ever seen during your life gets stored into your memories, and gets used up later. For example, in dreams your brain can’t just make up a face. Every single face you’ve seen in your dream, you’ve seen somewhere once in your life.
And those strange nightmares you’ve had of those terrible demon like creatures ?
You’ve seen them around too, you just cant remember. You don’t want to remember.
oh yeah it is munday isn’t it
Frolic On The Castle
EMBRUE [aka IMBRUE]
1. to stain, as with blood; bloodstains.
2. to impregnate or imbue.
Etymology: late Middle English enbrewen < Middle French embreuver - to cause to drink in, soak, drench < Vulgar Latin *imbiberāre, derivative of Latin imbibere - to imbibe.