The period between sunset and sunrise, when a location faces far away from the sun, thus when the sky is dark. (noun)
Short for good night(interjection)
To spend a night (in a place), to overnight. (verb)
Examples of word Night
Hijra are night stalkers, night denizens, sleep is a misnomer for hijras, hijras sleep in the day time ..night is for full body massage under the hands of young raw masseur boys..the boys do it clinically but are highly paid for added nocturnal escapades.
During crop time, the book-keepers had to be up every night till twelve o'clock, and every other night _all night_, superintending the work in the boiling-house, and at the mill.
On one plantation, where I spent a few weeks, the slaves were called up to work long before daylight, when business pressed, and worked until late at night; and sometimes some of them _all night_.
On such a night the suggestion comes uncommonly near to me that I wish to be _a sharer in the delight, a portion of tempest, of night_;  mounted on a runaway horse, to dash down the cliffs into the falls of the Rhine, or something similar.
She remained a few hours to supply herself with refreshments, and as night fell took her station; but not at the distance of a marine league _during the night_.
Thou know'st the mask of night is on my face, contains but one figurative expression, _the mask of night_; and every one reading this speech with the context, must have felt the peculiar propriety of its simplicity, though perhaps without examining the cause of an omission which certainly is not fortuitous.
I took with me every night into my bed-room a brace of loaded pistols, that never missed fire, and my double-barrelled gun, charged and fresh primed; and any number of men less than four would not have gained admittance alive into my house in the _night time_.
(§501. 14) «noctū», abl. used as adv. [[cf. «nox», _night_]], _at night, by night_
i am making sure the night goes smoothly ... without tornados in ardmore ... yes. night*