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  • Latijnnederlands November Novembris N M :: November; (9th month before Caesar, 11th after); abb. Nov. November November Novembris, Novembre ADJ :: November (month/mensis
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  • P. Μαιμακτηριών, ὁ. ⇢ Look up "november" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full text
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  • του ημερολογίου τών Ρωμαίων, κν. βροχάρης, σποριάς. [ΕΤΥΜΟΛΟΓΙΑ < λατ. November < novem «εννιά», επειδή στο ρωμαϊκό ημερολόγιο ο Νοέμβριος ήταν ο ένατος
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  • festival Πυανόψια, corresponding to the latter part of October and former of November, IG12.6.64, 22.1014.4, etc.; also at Priene, Miletus, etc., SIG282.19 (iv
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  • ascribere: das D. verändern, diem commutare: der dritte Brief hat das D. vom 12. November, tertia est epistula prid. Id. Nov. data: der eine Brief hatte das D. vom
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  • on April 28 (Slavic tradition), or 29 (Greek tradition) with St. Jason; November 10 with saints Erastus, Olympas, Herodian, Quartus and Tertius; and January
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  • General | Authors & Works Pyanepsion. Month of the Attic calendar (October/November). Πυᾰνεψιών: -ῶνος, ὁ, ὁ τέταρτος μὴν τοῦ Ἀττ. ἔτους κληθεὶς οὕτως ἐκ
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  • < *°Hu̯2. Grammatical information: m. Meaning: Locrian month name = november (- december) SIG2 855. Origin: XX [etym. unknown] Etymology: Unknown. A
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  • Wintermonat, mensis hibernus (im allg.). – November. mensis November (November). * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • undecimum: einer von der e. Legion, undecimanus: der e. Monat, mensis November: im e. Jahre stehend, undecimum annum agens. – Elftel, pars undecima. –
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  • gezahlte Rate, z.B. prima, altera, tertia). – der Termin der G. sei der 13. November, diem pecuniae Idus Novembres esse. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • Circensium die, id. Dom. 4: plebeii, prepared by the ediles annually in November, id. Tib. 26.—    2    Transf., any race-course, Verg. A. 5, 109; 5, 289;
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  • in the year, on the 24th of August, the 5th of October, and the 8th of November, days sacred to the gods of the infernal regions, this round pit was opened
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  • den 8. (nicht den 9.) Tag vor den Kalenden des Dezembers, d.i. den 24. November, Cic.: a.d. IV Id. Mart. (ante diem quartum Idus Martias), d.i. den 12
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  • The flowering period in Mediterranean regions extends from September to November. The fruits are globose berries, gathered in clusters, which ripen in Autumn
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  • on April 28 (Slavic tradition), or 29 (Greek tradition) with St. Jason; November 10 with saints Erastus, Olympas, Herodian, Quartus and Tertius; and January
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  • dare mit Abl. (z. B. Corcyrā, *Lipsiā). – der dritte Brief ist vom 12. November datiert, tertia est epistula prid. Id. Nov. data: der eine Brief war vom
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  • The flowering period in Mediterranean regions extends from September to November. The fruits are globose berries, gathered in clusters, which ripen in Autumn
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  • Antinous) or Antinoös (Ancient Greek: Ἀντίνοος, romanized: Antínoös; 27 November, c. 111 – before 30 October 130) was a Bithynian Greek youth and a favourite
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  • Iustinianus; Greek: Ἰουστινιανός, translit. Ioustinianós; 11 May 482 – 14 November 565), also known as Justinian the Great, was the Eastern Roman emperor
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