I had no idea it was such a rare word! lol
It's just that English is not my native language. I had seen Madrigal as the title of a song by Rush. How do you usually speak of the time bwteen night and morning? Or is it just called 'night'?
And I wish you well with this awesome headset of yours!
lol... then I guessed I used it wrong. That's 'cause it's similar to the word in Portuguese: 'madrugada', which means the time between night and morning. Ma' bad.
So you say "madrugada" for the time between night and morning...Hmm, interesting. We use that word in Spanish for the same thing...
Well, after all our languages have the same origin, latin.