A period into which a year is divided, historically based on the phases of the moon. In the Gregorian calendar there are twelve months: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December
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A month is one of the twelve periods of time that a year is divided into, for example January or February. The trial is due to begin next month. an exhibition which opens this month at London's Design Museum I send him fifteen dollars a month
A measure of time based on the period of revolution of the Moon around the Earth Can be designated as sidereal, tropical, anomalistic, nodical (also known as dracontic) or synodical (also known as lunation or lunar month) depending whether the revolution is relative to a fixed star, vernal equinox, Moon's perigee, ascending node or Sun The calendar month is a rough approximation of the synodical month
measure of time based on how long it takes the Moon to spin around -- " in the United States a date is written with the month first " (224)
A month is a period of time that is connected with the motion of the Moon around the Earth Various kinds of months are in use: calendar month: a period of between 28 and 31 days that divides up calendars In some calendars the months are no longer related to the actual motion of the Moon, and in others the beginning of months are linked to particular phases of the Moon sidereal month: the period after which the Moon returns to the same position (longitude) relative to the stars On average 27 32 days synodical month: the period after which the Moon has the same phase (e g , new moon) On average 29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes, and 3 seconds tropical month: the period after which the Moon returns to the same position relative to the vernal equinox On average 27 days, 7 hours, 43 minutes, and 12 seconds anomalistic month: the period after which the Moon returns to the same position relative to its perigee On average 27 days, 13 hours, and 19 minutes
One of the twelve portions into which the year is divided; the twelfth part of a year, corresponding nearly to the length of a synodic revolution of the moon, whence the name
Day Hour Those values represent the exact time that should be simulated The program doesn't check for nonsensical dates (like February the 31th), but will assume a the day that could be most reasonably be represented by such a value (in our example, that would normally be March the 4th)
The period of duration from the same date of one month to the same date of the next month, and thus can be 28, 29 during a leap year, 30 or 31 days long. For example the duration from 21st January to 20th February
A period of time between two consecutive passages of the Moon through the same orbital node. The draconic month is shorter than sidereal month, due to precession of the Moon's orbit. It equals approximately 27 days 5 hours 5 minutes 35.8 seconds. It is also called draconitic month
Said the first day of a new month, accompanied by a pinch and a punch to the victim
Bugger, this wasn't the goods at all – this was a pinch and a punch for the first of the month. A letter in fact from Fire Commander Bruce stating that although he was in receipt of my application, neither he nor the Fire Commander of IB were certain of the Fire Service Commission's final policy for employment of women as operational firemen.
The lunar month is approximately 29 53 days in length It is the average period of revolution of the Moon around the Earth with repect to the Sun, or the average interval between corresponding phases of the Moon Same as the synodical month
A monthly event or publication happens or appears every month. Many people are now having trouble making their monthly house payments Young Guard, a monthly journal founded in 1922. Monthly is also an adverb. In some areas the property price can rise monthly
[ 'm&n(t)th ] (noun.) before 12th century. Via Middle English Old English mōnað *mēnōþs *me(n)ses (“moon, month”), probably from Proto-Indo-European *mê- (“to measure”), referring to the moon's phases as the measure of time. Cognate with English moon, Ancient Greek μήν (mḗn), Armenian ամիս (amis), German Monat (Middle High German mānōt, Old High German mānōd), Old Irish mí and Old Church Slavonic ⰿⱖⱄⱔⱌⱐ (měsęncĭ).
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