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No·vem·ber

 (nō-vĕm′bər)
n.
The 11th month of the year in the Gregorian calendar. See Table at calendar.

[Middle English Novembre, from Old French, from Latin November, ninth month, from novem, nine; see newn̥ in Indo-European roots.]
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November

(nəʊˈvɛmbə)
n
1. the eleventh month of the year, consisting of 30 days
2. (Telecommunications) communications a code word for the letter n
[C13: via Old French from Latin: ninth month, from novem nine]
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No•vem•ber

(noʊˈvɛm bər)

n.
the 11th month of the year, containing 30 days. Abbr.: Nov.
[before 1000; Middle English, Old English < Latin: the ninth month of the early Roman calendar, compound with novem nine; for final element]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.November - the month following October and preceding DecemberNovember - the month following October and preceding December
November 5 - anniversary of the discovery of the Gunpowder Plot
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
11 November, Martinmas, St Martin's Day - the feast of Saint Martin; a quarter day in Scotland
All Saints' Day, Allhallows, Hallowmas, Hallowmass, November 1 - a Christian feast day honoring all the saints; first observed in 835
All Souls' Day, November 2 - a day of supplication for all the souls in purgatory
Armistice Day, November 11, Veterans Day, Veterans' Day - a legal holiday in the United States; formerly Armistice Day but called Veterans' Day since 1954
Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving Day - fourth Thursday in November in the United States; second Monday in October in Canada; commemorates a feast held in 1621 by the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag
Gregorian calendar month - a month in the Gregorian calendar
mid-November - the middle part of November
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Translations
november
شَهْر نوفِمْبَر: تِشْرين الثّانينُوفِمْبَر
ноември
novembre
listopad
november
novembro
Narvanovember
نوامبر
marraskuuNiilo
नवम्बर
studeni
november
november
nóvember
十一月
11월십일월
november
lapkritis
novembris
novembroNazaré
noiembrie
november
novembernovêmber
новембар
november
เดือนพฤศจิกายน
kasımTeşrini Sani
листопад
tháng mười một

November

[nəʊˈvembəʳ] Nnoviembre m
see July for usage
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November

[nəʊˈvɛmbər]
nnovembre m
see also July
in November → en novembre
modif [meeting] → du mois de novembre
She has a November birthday → Son anniversaire est en novembre.
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

November

nNovember m ? also September
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

November

[nəʊˈvɛmbəʳ] nnovembre m
see also July
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

November

(nəˈvembə) noun
the eleventh month of the year, the month following October.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

November

نُوفِمْبَر listopad november November Νοέμβριος noviembre marraskuu novembre studeni novembre 十一月 11월 november november listopad novembro ноябрь november เดือนพฤศจิกายน Kasım tháng Mười Một 十一月
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References in classic literature ?
November 11, 1620[This was November 21, old style calendar]
In Witness whereof we have hereunto subscribed our names at Cape Cod the eleventh of November, in the Raigne of our Sovereigne Lord, King James of England, France, and Ireland, the eighteenth, and of Scotland, the fiftie-fourth, Anno.
It would hardly be early in November, there were generally delays, a bad passage or something; that favouring something which everybody who shuts their eyes while they look, or their understandings while they reason, feels the comfort of.
On the first of November Barbicane quitted Tampa Town with a detachment of workmen; and on the following day the whole town of huts was erected round Stones Hill.
This promise was made on the 2nd of November. It had the effect of rallying the ship's crew.
Churchills were also in town; and they were only waiting for November.
A sort of tempest arose on the 3rd of November, the squall knocking the vessel about with fury, and the waves running high.
On the 25th of November, 1852, after the death of Overweg, his last companion, he plunged into the west, visited Sockoto, crossed the Niger, and finally reached Timbuctoo, where he had to languish, during eight long months, under vexations inflicted upon him by the sheik, and all kinds of ill-treatment and wretchedness.
"In November I sometimes feel as if spring could never come again," she sighed, grieving over the hopeless unsightliness of her frosted and bedraggled flower-plots.
November 11th.--When the gray November weather came, and hung its soft dark clouds low and unbroken over the brown of the ploughed fields and the vivid emerald of the stretches of winter corn, the heavy stillness weighed my heart down to a forlorn yearning after the pleasant things of childhood, the petting, the comforting, the warming faith in the unfailing wisdom of elders.
Proceeding down this river, the party encamped, on the 6th of November, at the outlet of a lake about thirty miles long, and from two to three miles in width, completely imbedded in low ranges of mountains, and connected with Bear River by an impassable swamp.
I think there was hardly an inhabitant of Hayslope specially mentioned in this history and still resident in the parish on this November morning who was not either in church to see Adam and Dinah married, or near the church door to greet them as they came forth.