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    Default Sunrise/Sunup and Sunset/Sundown

    Hello.
    I'd like to ask if there are any differences between the words in each couple. Do they mean absolutely the same thing and which word is more common?

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    Default Re: Sunrise/Sunup and Sunset/Sundown

    Sunrise and sunset are the more 'official' words.
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