Christmastide (also Christmas Time or the Christmas season), also known as Twelvetide, is a season of the liturgical year in most Christian churches.
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Hence the great pressure of work on railway employés, and the congested state of the traffic at Christmastide.
Christmastide entered English in the 1620s. Tide comes from the Old English tid meaning "point or portion of time."
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Christmastide. X. Whom have ye seen, O shepherds? Speak, tell us who hast appeared on the earth. We have seen a new-born child, and choirs of angels praising the ...
Christ·mas·tide (krĭs′məs-tīd′) n. A Christian festival observed from December 24, Christmas Eve, to January 5, the eve of Epiphany. Christmastide
In the current Catholic calendar, Christmastide lasts from Christmas Day until the Baptism of our Lord, which is the Sunday following January 6th.
The Twelve Days of Christmas, also known as Twelvetide, is a festive Christian season to celebrate the nativity of Jesus. In most Western Church traditions Christmas ...
Learn about Christmastide at Home in the historic colonial city of Williamsburg, VA. See dates, explore our event calendar, purchase tickets, and more.