The process of or an action or instance of coming to prominence.
Meteorologically, an aurora is the result of charged particles colliding, creating bright lights in the sky.
(Christianity) The liturgical period preceding Christmas, beginning in Western churches on the fourth Sunday before Christmas and in Eastern churches in mid-November, and observed by many Christians as a season of prayer, fasting, and penitence.
(Intransitive) To come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visible.
The event or time of the appearance of the upper circumferential edge of the sun as it rises above the horizon, typically the eastern horizon except for extreme latitudes.
A person or thing from which something comes into being or is derived or obtained:
An act of beginning; an initial effort:
The way things seem to be
The time of evening when it is beginning to get dark; dim part of twilight
A source, beginning, or motive:
To get up, as from a sitting or prone position; rise.
To bring into being; create or start:
A decline or final phase:
Origin is the start, center or beginning of something or the place where a person comes from.
To come forth into view; become visible
To have sympathy or tolerance:
Unfold is defined as to open or undo something folded, or make something known that wasn't.
To make or decorate by needlework:
The cessation of an effort, activity, state, or motion.
To become fixed; harden:
The very beginning of the day; dawn.
The definition of commence means to begin something.
The final part; the conclusion:
The definition of a conclusion is the last part of something or an opinion reached after some thought.
the first light of day
To cause to click, as by striking together:
(Idiomatic) Become clear in one's mind.
To penetrate is to pass into or through something.
The time, place, environment, and surrounding circumstances of an event, story, play, etc.
The act or time of commencing; beginning; start
(Linguistics) The part of a syllable that precedes the nucleus. In the word nucleus (no͝o&STRESS;klē-əs), the onset of the first syllable is (n), the onset of the second syllable is (kl), and the last syllable has no onset.
become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions
To start doing, acting, going, etc.; get under way
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