origin: Matuta [Latin, Roman] = "Matuta Mater" (Goddess of the Dawn) & Lype [Greek] = "grief or sorrow"
1. Morning depression; sadness or irritation felt by some people when getting up.
2. The state of being in a bad mood and easily annoyed, especially in the morning.
→ common expression: "Getting up on the wrong side of the bed in the morning"
Example- The secret is not to talk until he's been awake for an hour, after the matutolypea subsides.
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