American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The seventh month of the year in the Gregorian calendar. See Table at calendar.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The seventh month of the year, consisting of thirty-one days, during which the sun enters the sign Leo.
- n. The seventh month of the Gregorian calendar, following June and preceding August. Abbreviation: Jul or Jul.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The seventh month of the year, containing thirty-one days.
- n. the month following June and preceding August
- Middle English iulius, from Anglo-Norman julie, from Old French jule, from Latin iūlius (Gaius Julius Caesar's month), perhaps a contraction of *Iovilios, "descended from Jove", from Latin Iuppiter, from Proto-Indo-European *dyeu-pəter-, vocative case of godfather, from Proto-Indo-European *deiw-os, god, + *pəter, father (Wiktionary)
- Middle English Julie, from Old North French, from Latin Iūlius, after Iūlius Caesar, Julius Caesar. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“[June falls asleep; and is not awakened by the voice of July, who behind the scenes is heard half singing, half calling.] _July.”
“The July 7, 2004 article, ���July Surprise���, said a Pakistani official was told by a White House aid ���that it would be best if the arrest or killing of [any] HVT were announced on twenty-six, twenty-seven, or twenty-eight July. '-- the first three days of the Democratic National Convention in Boston. ”
“[Footnote 402: _Minutes of Councils at Fort Johnson, 9 July to 12 July_, in _N. Y.”
“Tim Nogler, managing director of the Washington State Building Code Council, said that the revised code going into effect in July is an outgrowth of recommendations from Gov.”
“Home prices dropped 3.3 percent in July from a year earlier, the eighth consecutive decline, the Federal Housing Finance Agency reported on Wednesday.”
“When nuclear scientist Shahram Amiri returned home in July from the United States, Iran feted him as a national hero and said he provided valuable information about the CIA.”
“Manhattan's condominium sales cooled over the summer, backtracking in July from a June surge that was boosted by a tax credit for home buyers.”
“Condo sales declined 34% in July from the year-earlier month to an average of $1,019 per square foot, according to Radar Logic's RPX Index.”
“The program, which began in July, is part of British recording executive Simon Cowell's "Got Talent" franchise, which now has versions broadcasting in more than 30 countries.”
“Oh, I forgot, when in July is Branded by Fire going to be released in?”
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