honeymonth

honeymonth

(ˈhʌnɪˌmʌnθ)
n
obsolete a couple's honeymoon or their first month of marriage
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NEW research indicates a new travel trend as many newlywed Brits are ditching the typical fortnight honeymoon, and opting for a 'honeymonth' abroad instead, Figures indicate that there has been a year on year increase in the length of time booked by this new generation of 'honeymonthers', with over a third of post-wedding trips booked in the last year being for four weeks or more, compared to twenty years ago when an average of 1.5 weeks was the norm.
The epistolary novel Die Honigmonathe (1802, The honeymonths) tells the story of Julie and Olivier through their letters, as well as through those of their respective friends Wilhelmine and Reinhold.