Michaelmas

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Mich·ael·mas

 (mĭk′əl-məs)
n.
A Christian feast observed on September 29 in honor of the archangel Michael.

[Middle English mychelmesse, from Old English (Sanct) Michaeles mæsse, (Saint) Michael's mass : Michaeles, genitive of Michael, the archangel Michael + mæsse, Mass; see Mass.]

Michaelmas

(ˈmɪkəlməs)
n
Sept 29, the feast of St Michael the archangel; in England, Ireland, and Wales, one of the four quarter days

Mich•ael•mas

(ˈmɪk əl məs)

n.
Sept. 29, celebrated as the feast of the archangel Michael.
[before 1150; Middle English Mighelmes; Old English (Sanct) Michaeles masse (St.) Michael's Mass]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Michaelmas - honoring the archangel MichaelMichaelmas - honoring the archangel Michael; a quarter day in England, Wales, and Ireland
quarter day - a Christian holy day; one of four specified days when certain payments are due
Sep, Sept, September - the month following August and preceding October
Translations

Michaelmas

[ˈmɪklməs]
A. Nfiesta f de San Miguel (29 setiembre)
B. CPD Michaelmas daisy Nmargarita f de otoño
Michaelmas term N (Brit) (Jur, Univ) → trimestre m de otoño, primer trimestre m

Michaelmas

nMichaeli(s) nt

Michaelmas

[ˈmɪklməs] nfesta di San Michele
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Since at least the fifth century, the Christian church has celebrated the feast of St.

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