Aubadoir

Aubadoir

n.
the otherworldly atmosphere just before 5 a.m., when the bleary melodrama of an extremely late night becomes awkwardly conflated with the industrious fluorescence of a very early morning.

French aubade, an ode to the morning + abattoir, slaughterhouse. Pronounced “oh-bah-dwahr.”

Treachery Of The Common

Funkenzwangsvorstellung

Funkenzwang-svorstellung

Aubadoir

Licotic

Jouska

Exulansis

Ne’er-Be-Gone

Occhiolism

The Til

Foreclearing

Trumspringa

Scabulous

La Cuna

Gobo

Ringlorn

Fitzcarraldo

Merrenness

Justing

Rasque

Lyssamania

The Wends

Lookaback

Apolytus

Dystoria

Eisce

O’Erpine

Mithenness