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Meaning of tomorrow by Wiktionary Dictionary

tomorrow


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    Etymology

    From Middle English tomorwe, tomorwen, from Old English tōmorgen, tō morgenne, tōmergen ( “tomorrow”, adv ), from tō ( “at, on” ) + morgene, mergen ( dative of morgen ( “morning” ) ), from Proto-Germanic *murganaz ( “morning” ), perhaps, from Proto-Indo-European *mergʰ- ( “to blink, to twinkle” ), equivalent to to- +‎ morrow .

    Pronunciation

    • Rhymes: -ɒɹəʊ

    Adverb

    tomorrow ( not comparable )

    1. On the day after the present day .

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    Noun

    tomorrow ( plural: tomorrows )

    1. The day after the present day .

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    to-morrow

    By Wiktionary ( 2012/02/26 02:04 UTC Version )

    Adverb

    to‐morrow ( not comparable )

    1. Archaic spelling of tomorrow .

    Noun

    to‐morrow ( plural: to-morrows )

    1. Archaic spelling of tomorrow .

    to‐morrow

    By Wiktionary ( 2011/05/19 20:32 UTC Version )

    Adverb

    to‐morrow ( not comparable )

    1. Obsolete spelling of tomorrow .

    Noun

    to‐morrow ( plural: to-morrows )

    1. Obsolete spelling of tomorrow .


Explanation of tomorrow by Wordnet Dictionary

tomorrow


    Adverb
    1. the next day, the day after, following the present day

    Noun
    1. the day after today

    2. what are our tasks for tomorrow?
    3. the near future

    4. tomorrow's world
      everyone hopes for a better tomorrow


    Definition of tomorrow by GCIDE Dictionary

    tomorrow


    1. Tomorrow adv. [Prep. to + morrow.] On the day after the present day; on the next day; on the morrow.

      Summon him to-morrow to the Tower. Shak.

    2. Tomorrow n. The day after the present; the morrow.“To-morrow is our wedding day.” Cowper.

      One today is worth two to-morrows. Franklin.