lucubration \loo-kyoo-BRAY-shun; loo-kuh-\, noun:
1. The act of studying by candlelight; nocturnal study; meditation.2. That which is composed by night; that which is produced by meditation in retirement; hence (loosely) any literary composition.
Lucubration comes from Latin lucubratus, past participle of lucubrare, "to work by night, composed at night (as by candlelight)," ultimately connected with lux, "light." Hence it is related to lucent, "shining, bright," and lucid, "clear." The verb form is lucubrate.
- Someone who puts a bowl in the dishwasher facing down with a less than 45 degree angle of attack. Hence the dishwasher can not wash the inners on the bowl.
Who's the bowl noob? CBA coming home to sh*t.