ETYM AS. daeglîc; daeg day + -lîc like. Related to Day.
1. Occurring every day or measured by the day.
2. Occurring or done each day; SYN. day-to-day, day-after-day, everyday.
diurnal / dajɝːnl̩ /
ETYM Latin diurnalis, from dies day. Related to Deity, Journal.
1. Having a daily cycle or occurring every day.
2. (Biology) Belonging to or active during the day.
3. Daily; of a day or daylight; lasting one day; Botany, applied to flowers opening by day only.
1. Commonplace and ordinary.
2. Found in the ordinary course of events; SYN. mundane, quotidian, routine, unremarkable, workaday.
quotidian / kwoʊtɪdɪən /
ETYM Old Eng. cotidian, Latin quotidianus, from quotidie daily; quotus how many + dies day: cf. Old Fren. cotidien, French quotidien. Related to Quota, Deity.
Occurring or returning daily.
Everyday; commonplace; daily.