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Ju·ly

 (jo͝o-lī′)
n.
The seventh month of the year in the Gregorian calendar. See Table at calendar.

[Middle English Julie, from Old North French, from Latin Iūlius, after Iūlius, Caesar, Julius Caesar; see dyeu- in Indo-European roots.]

July

(dʒuːˈlaɪ; dʒə-; dʒʊ-)
n, pl -lies
the seventh month of the year, consisting of 31 days
[C13: from Anglo-French julie, from Latin Jūlius, after Gaius Julius Caesar, in whose honour it was named]

Ju•ly

(dʒuˈlaɪ, dʒə-)

n., pl. -lys.
the seventh month of the year, containing 31 days. Abbr.: Jul.
[before 1050; Middle English julie (< Anglo-French), Old English Julius < Latin Jūlius (Caesar), after whom it was named]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.July - the month following June and preceding AugustJuly - the month following June and preceding August
Gregorian calendar, New Style calendar - the solar calendar now in general use, introduced by Gregory XIII in 1582 to correct an error in the Julian calendar by suppressing 10 days, making Oct 5 be called Oct 15, and providing that only centenary years divisible by 400 should be leap years; it was adopted by Great Britain and the American colonies in 1752
Fourth of July, Independence Day, July 4 - a legal holiday in the United States
Dominion Day, July 1 - a legal holiday in Canada commemorating receiving Dominion status in 1867
14 July, Bastille Day - a legal holiday in France celebrating the storming of the Paris bastille in 1789
Gregorian calendar month - a month in the Gregorian calendar
mid-July - the middle part of July
Translations
julie
شَهْر يوليو: تموزيُولْيُو
юли
juliol
červenec
juli
julio
juuli
heinäkuu
srpanj
július
juli
júlí
七月
7월칠월
iulius
liepa
jūlijs
iulie
júl
julijjúlij
јул
juli
เดือนกรกฎาคม
липень
tháng Bảy

July

[dʒuːˈlaɪ] Njulio m
July was wet this yeareste año llovió mucho en julio
at the beginning of Julya principios de julio
during (the month of) Julydurante el mes de julio
each Julycada mes de julio, todos los meses de julio
at the end of Julya finales de julio
every Julytodos los meses de julio
in (the month of) Julyen (el mes de) julio
in July of next yearen julio del año que viene
there are 31 days in Julyjulio tiene treinta y un días
in the middle of Julya mediados de julio
on the first/eleventh of Julyel primero/once de julio

July

[dʒuˈlaɪ dʒəˈlaɪ]
njuillet m
the first of July → le premier juillet
on the eleventh of July → le onze juillet
in the month of July → au mois de juillet
at the beginning of July → au début du mois de juillet, début juillet
at the end of July → à la fin du mois de juillet, fin juillet
in the middle of July → au milieu du mois de juillet, à la mi-juillet
during July → pendant le mois de juillet
in July of next year → en juillet de l'année prochaine
every July → tous les ans en juillet
July was wet this year → il a beaucoup plu cette année en juillet
modif [figures, meeting] → de juillet
to have a July birthday → avoir son anniversaire en juillet July salesJuly sales npl
the July sales → les soldes de juillet

July

nJuli m ? also September

July

[dʒuːˈlaɪ] nluglio
the first of July → il primo luglio
(on) the eleventh of July → l'undici luglio
in the month of July → nel mese di luglio
at the beginning/end of July → all'inizio/alla fine di luglio
in the middle of July → a metà luglio
during July → durante (il mese di) luglio
in July of next year → a luglio dell'anno prossimo
each or every July → ogni anno a luglio
July was wet this year → è piovuto molto a luglio, quest'anno

July

(dʒuˈlai) noun
the seventh month of the year, the month following June.

July

يُولْيُو červenec juli Juli Ιούλιος julio heinäkuu juillet srpanj luglio 七月 7월 juli juli lipiec julho июль juli เดือนกรกฎาคม Temmuz tháng Bảy 七月
References in classic literature ?
One July day she came in with her hands full, and went about the house leaving letters and parcels like the penny post.
One evening in July, when the transient guests who made the New Willard House their temporary home had become scarce, and the hallways, lighted only by kerosene lamps turned low, were plunged in gloom, Elizabeth Willard had an adventure.
One morning he told us that the small grain was coming on so well, he thought he would begin to cut his wheat on the first of July.
Still that breathing silence, which marks the drowsy sultriness of an American landscape in July, pervaded the secluded spot, interrupted only by the low voices of the men, the occasional and lazy tap of a woodpecker, the discordant cry of some gaudy jay, or a swelling on the ear, from the dull roar of a distant waterfall.
Thus, through an uninterrupted scene of sylvan pleasures, I spent the time until the 27th day of July following, when my brother, to my great felicity, met me, according to appointment, at our old camp.
The huge gilt plate-glass mirror which had hung behind the bar still occupied one side of the room, but its length was artfully divided by an enormous rosette of red, white, and blue muslin--one of the surviving Fourth of July decorations of Thompson's saloon.
One of the most memorable of all the Alpine catastrophes was that of July, 1865, on the Matterhorn--already sighted referred to, a few pages back.
One sweltering afternoon--it was the first day of July, 1830-- he was at work over a set of tangled account books in his workroom, which looked westward over a stretch of vacant lots, when a conversation outside disturbed him.
Fourth of July was coming; but he soon gave that up -- gave it up before he had worn his shackles over forty-eight hours -- and fixed his hopes upon old Judge Frazer, justice of the peace, who was apparently on his deathbed and would have a big public funeral, since he was so high an official.
Sparkling in the sunshine, gleaming under the summer moon, cold and gray beneath a November sky, trickling over the dam in some burning July drought, swollen with turbulent power in some April freshet, how many young eyes gazed into the mystery and majesty of the falls along that river, and how many young hearts dreamed out their futures leaning over the bridge rail, seeing "the vision splendid" reflected there and often, too, watching it fade into "the light of common day.
The vessels were to be launched in the July of that year, and in failure thereof, Mr.
But, my dear child, the time is drawing near; here is April, and June, or say even July, is very near, with such business to accomplish before us.