Lucubration meaning

lo͝okyo͝o-brāshən
Laborious study or thought.
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Writing produced by laborious effort or study, especially when viewed as pedantic.
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The act of lucubrating; laborious work, study, or writing, esp. that done late at night.
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Something produced by such study, etc.; esp., a learned or carefully elaborated work.
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Any literary composition.
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Intense and prolonged study or meditation; especially, late at night.
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The product of such study; often, writings.
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Origin of lucubration

  • From the Latin lÅ«cubrātiō (“nighttime study"), from lÅ«cubrō (“work by artificial light"), from lÅ«x (“light").

    From Wiktionary