matut-, matuti-, matuto-

(Latin: morning; early)

dysania (dis AY nee uh; dis SEEN ee uh) (s) (noun) (usually no plural)
A condition that involves abnormal or extreme difficulties in waking up and getting out of bed in the morning: "Dysania is a rare term, although it is a recognized condition, and many people experience this as a normal experience on most days."
Ease of getting up in the morning.

This word is not a part of the matut- family; however, it is included in this unit because of its relationship to "morning".

An abbreviation of matutinus, "in the morning".
The Roman goddess of the dawn.
1. Morning sickness.
2. Morning vomiting during pregnancy.
1. Vomiting associated with the early stages of pregnancy.
2. Morning sickness.
matutinal epilepsy
A form of epilepsy which occurs when waking up in the morning.
matutinal, matutinally
1. Relating to, or occurring in the morning.
2. Early in the day.
Early morning.
matutine: morning
1. A reference to the morning.
2. Occurring early in the morning.
1. An increase in sexual desire felt especially in the morning.
2. Antemeridian (before mid day) sexual desire.
1. Morning depression.
2. Sadness felt by some people when getting up in the morning.
3. "Getting up on the wrong side of the bed in the morning."