- Latin hyemalis, or better hiemalis, from hyems, hiems, winter: compare French hyémal. (Wiktionary)
“Page 263 having to trudge too far after their liquor; to shoot for beef; to hunt; to attend gander pullings; to vote at elections; to eat and to sleep; to lounge in the sunshine of a bright summer's day, and to bask in the warmth of a roaring wood fire, when summer days are over, and the calm autumn stillness has given place to the blustering turbulence of hyemal storms.”
“The solstices, you will remember, are two in each year, the aestival or summer solstice, and the hyemal or winter solstice.”
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