dog days

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A period of inactivity, laziness, or stagnation
hot, lazy, days
The days between early July and early September when Sirius (the Dog Star) rises and sets with the Sun
The sultry days of summer
The name given to the very hot summer weather that may persists for four to six weeks between mid-July through early September in the United States In western Europe, this period may exist from the first week in July to mid-August and is often the period of the greatest frequency of thunder Named for Sirius, the Dog Star, which lies in conjunction with the sun during this period, it was once believed to intensify the sun's heat during the summer months
{i} hot muggy days of summer; period of stillness, time of inactivity
n pl [fr their being reckoned from the heliacal rising of the Dog Star (Sirius)]1 : the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer usu occurs in the northern hemisphere2 : a period of stagnation or inactivity
the hot period between early July and early September; a period of inactivity
Popularly, the sultry, close part of the summer
A period of from four to six weeks, in the summer, variously placed by almanac makers between the early part of July and the early part of September; canicular days; so called in reference to the rising in ancient times of the Dog Star (Sirius) with the sun
The period of greatest heat in summer; typically occurring between late July and early September
The sultry period of summer in the northern hemisphere, when the Dog Star, Sirius, is hidden from view by the Sun's glow Almanac makers vary in the dating of this period, which lasts anywhere from four to six weeks ... between early July and early September Some English calendars now list it as the period from July 3 - August 11 Some say it is 20 days before and after the conjunction of Sirius and the Sun
dog days of summer
hottest and longest days of the summer
dog day
A day in late summer

August 24, 1993 was the first day of the new school year at Cedar City High School. The day dawned sunny and steamy, promising another dog day in southern Ohio.

dogdays
{n} days named from the dogstar
dog day
A sultry day of summer
dog day
One of the dog days
dog days

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    () 1538, from Latin dies caniculares, translated from Ancient Greek; originally from the hot summer days (in the Northern Hemisphere) when Sirius (the Dog Star), in Canis Major, rose and set with the Sun (heliacal rising). The Greeks also made reference to these "dog days", and for the ancient Egyptians, c.3000 B.C.E., the rising of this star coincided with the summer solstice and the start of Nile flooding. The "dog" association apparently began here, as the star's hieroglyph was a dog, a watchdog for the flooding of the Nile.

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