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noun, plural Februaries. 1. the second month of the year, ordinarily containing 28 days, but containing 29 days in leap years. Abbreviation: Feb.

February | Definition of February by Merriam-Webster

In the ancient Roman calendar March was originally the first month of the year and hence February was the last. The last weeks of the year were a time when people ...

February - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Roman month Februarius was named after the Latin term februum, which means purification, via the purification ritual Februa held on February 15 (full moon) in the ...

February - definition of February by The Free Dictionary

Through January and February I went to the river with the Harlings on clear nights, and we skated up to the big island and made bonfires on the frozen sand.

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February Daily Observances. NOTE: An * in front of the day means that the observance is on the same date every year regardless of the day it falls on.

February 2015 Calendar with Holidays - United States

February 2015 Calendar with Holidays - United States. Includes 2015 Observances, Fun Facts & Religious Holidays: Christian, Catholic, Jewish & Muslim.

February – second month of the year - Time and Date

The Month of February. February is the second month of the year, has 28 days in a common year, and is named after the Latin word februum.

Calendar for February 2015 (United States) - Time and Date AS

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February, second month of the Gregorian calendar. It was named after Februalia, the Roman festival of purification. Originally, February was the last month of the ...

February - Wiktionary

February. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search. Contents. 1 English. 1.1 Etymology; 1.2 Pronunciation; 1.3 Proper noun.