Definition of matutinal in English:

matutinal

adjective

formal
  • Of or occurring in the morning.

    • ‘Periodically, sleeping is a duty: Anna Livia Plurabelle, in her final monologue spoken amid the matutinal awakening of Finnegans Wake, refers to sleeping beauties as ‘sleeping duties’ that she is reluctant to disturb.’
    • ‘One can only trust that the matutinal fare provided by the proprietors is of a less homicide-provocative kind - no mutton broth - than that borne forth from Bridget Sullivan's kitchen that bloodstained Thursday morning 108 years ago.’

Origin

Mid 16th century: from late Latin matutinalis, from Latin matutinus early.

Pronunciation:

matutinal

/məˈtyo͞otn(ə)l//ˌmaCHəˈtīnl/