Definition of midday in English:

midday

Syllabification: mid·day
Pronunciation: /ˈmidˈdā
 
/

noun

The middle of the day; noon: he awoke at midday [as modifier]: the midday sun
More example sentences
  • Don't water plants in the heat of the midday sun: early morning or late evening is best.
  • Morning mists can further confuse the eye; the midday sun can dazzle it into submission.
  • And as the empty tarmac streets melt in the midday sun, it appears only the flies are buzzing.
Synonyms

Origin

Old English middæg (see mid-, day).

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