I've noticed that in English there are several words which describe light or radiance remaining in the sky after the sun has set. For instance there is "afterglow" which, in my opinion, refers to a more effulgent kind of sunlight that is scattered in the sky after sunset. There is "gloaming" which refers to a dim and faint light. There is of course "dusk" which is a darker stage of twilight. I can also think of crepuscular light but I think it has a bit different meaning with a subtle twilight connotation and also a tad esoteric. As you might notice there are several words which denote sunset colours but I wasn't able to find anything precise which would imply the same glow but with a reference to sunrise. Although if we check definition of "afterglow" in the Oxford Dictionary we see that it's explicitly mentioned
after the sun has set.
But in case of other words such as "gloaming", "twilight" or "crepuscular" this is not mentioned. Can a native speaker confirm that I may use those words in the context of sunrise glow? The closest I've found so far is twilight and word combination "sunrise twilight" seemingly might be found in different text corpora. But I am very keen to know whether there is a more precise word.
P.S. "dawn", "cockcrow" and "daybreak" denote mostly a time instance hence I think they are irrelevant here.