|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (n.) The setting of the sun; sunset.
2. (n.) A kind of broad-brimmed sun hat worn by women.
Sundown (9 Occurrences)
Mark 1:32 And in the evening, at sundown, they took to him all who were diseased, and those who had evil spirits. (BBE RSV)
Luke 4:40 And at sundown all those who had anyone ill with any sort of disease, took them to him, and he put his hands on every one of them and made them well. (BBE)
Exodus 12:6 Keep it till the fourteenth day of the same month, when everyone who is of the children of Israel is to put it to death between sundown and dark. (BBE)
Deuteronomy 16:6 But in the place marked out by the Lord your God as the resting-place of his name, there you are to put the Passover to death in the evening, at sundown, at that time of the year when you came out of Egypt. (BBE)
Deuteronomy 23:11 But when evening comes near, let him take a bath: and after sundown he may come back to the tents. (BBE NAS)
Joshua 8:29 He hanged the king of Ai on a tree until the evening, and at the sundown Joshua commanded, and they took his body down from the tree, and threw it at the entrance of the gate of the city, and raised a great heap of stones on it that remains to this day. (WEB)
1 Kings 22:36 And about sundown a cry went up from all parts of the army, saying, Let every man go back to his town and his country, for the king is dead. (BBE)
2 Chronicles 18:34 But the fight became more violent while the day went on; and the king of Israel was supported in his war-carriage facing the Aramaeans till the evening; and by sundown he was dead. (BBE)
Daniel 6:14 Then the king, when he hath heard the matter, is greatly displeased at himself, and on Daniel he hath set the heart to deliver him, and till the going up of the sun he was arranging to deliver him. (See NIV)