Word of the Day: Mourning and Morning

mourning   mourn-ing  /  môr-nĭng   noun  (no plural)  
  1. the act of feeling or showing sorrow; grief
I’m in mourning for my life. Anton Chekhov, 1860 -1904  
  1. a period of time or to grieve for and honor someone who died
A wolf’s mourning is the fox’s feast. Spanish Proverb  
  1. an outward sign of grief for someone who has died
Never dress in mourning before the dead man is in his coffin. Creole Proverb   morning   morn-ing  /  môr-nĭng   noun  
  1. the time from when the sun rises until noon or from midnight until noon
In the morning be first up, and in the evening last to go to bed, for they that sleep catch no fish. English Proverb  
  1. sunrise; dawn
The darkness of night cannot stop the light of morning. Cameroonian Proverb  
  1. the beginning; the first part
In the morning of life, work; in the mid day give council; in the evening, pray. German Proverb