night-night

Related to night-night: nite, Goodnight

night-night

 (nīt′nīt′) also night·y-night (nī′tē-)Informal
interj.
Used to say good night to someone, especially to a child, who is going to bed.

[Reduplication of night.]

night-night

sentence substitute
an informal word for goodnight
Translations

night-night

[ˈnaɪtˌnaɪt] EXCL (= goodnight) → buenas noches
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