kalends

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kal·ends

 (kăl′əndz, kā′ləndz)
n.
Variant of calends.

kalends

(ˈkælɪndz)
pl n
(Historical Terms) a variant spelling of calends

cal•ends

or kal•ends

(ˈkæl əndz)

n.
(often cap.) (usu. with a pl. v.) the first day of the month in the ancient Roman calendar.
[1325–75; Middle English kalendes < Latin kalendae (pl.), perhaps akin to calāre to proclaim]
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