Quinquagesima


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Quin·qua·ges·i·ma

 (kwĭng′kwə-jĕs′ə-mə)
n.
Shrove Sunday.

[Medieval Latin quīnquāgēsima, from feminine of Latin quīnquāgēsimus, fiftieth, from quīnquāgintā, fifty; see penkwe in Indo-European roots.]
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Quinquagesima

(ˌkwɪŋkwəˈdʒɛsɪmə)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the Sunday preceding Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent. Also called: Quinquagesima Sunday
[C14: via Medieval Latin from Latin quinquāgēsima diēs fiftieth day]
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Quin•qua•ges•i•ma

(ˌkwɪŋ kwəˈdʒɛs ə mə, ˌkwɪn-)

n.
the Sunday before Lent; Shrove Sunday.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Medieval Latin, short for Latin quīnquāgēsima diēs fiftieth day]
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Quinquagesima

the Sunday before Lent. Also called Quinquagesima Sunday. — Quinquagesimal, quinquegesimal, adj.
See also: Christianity
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Noun1.Quinquagesima - the Sunday before Ash Wednesday (the beginning of Lent)
Christian holy day - a religious holiday for Christians
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Translations

Quinquagesima

[ˌkwɪŋkwəˈdʒesɪmə] NQuincuagésima f
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Quinquagesima

nQuinquagesima f
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Confirma-se tal fato visto que na Figura 5, apenas tem-se pontos acima do LSC apos a sexagesima amostra sendo que na Figura 7, ja se evidencia a existencia de pontos acima do LSC proximo a quinquagesima amostra.
It is also known as Quinquagesima the seventh Sunday before Easter and the Sunday before Ash Wednesday.
A unidade de analise e um evento de corrida de rua, especificamente a quinquagesima segunda edicao da "Volta da USP" realizada em 17 de outubro de 2015.
Esta versao foi desenvolvida apos estudos de campo sistematicos e consultas internacionais nos ultimos cinco anos e foi aprovada pela Quinquagesima Quarta Assembleia Mundial de Saude para utilizacao internacional em 22 de Maio de 2001 (resolucao WH54.21).
Browne was quoting examples cited by the Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Francis Alphonsus Bourne, in his Pastoral Letter for Quinquagesima Sunday, 10 February 1918.
(34) 1427 was a troubled year for Florentines, filled with faction, division, and anxiety in the ruling group--a period associated with "the rise of the Medici." (35) Fra Antonino's sermon for Quinquagesima Sunday--the last Sunday before the beginning of Lent--set the scene, appropriately, for the entire penitential season: there was more sin going on in the city than he could possibly deal with in the coming forty days, he says.