Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The time of year around Lammas (August 1).

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The time or season of Lammas.

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  • proper noun The religious festival of Lammas

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the season of Lammas

Etymologies

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from Lammas + -tide

Examples

  • See, there are the blue rings of young Tintiniac, who slew my Squire Hubert last Lammastide.

    Sir Nigel

  • When young Amory de Valance was here last Lammastide he looked kindly upon the girl, and even spoke of taking her into his service.

    The White Company

  • It was he and the Seneschal of Beaucair who hung Peter Wilkins, of the Company, last Lammastide; for which, by the black rood of Waltham! they shall hang themselves, if ever they come into our power.

    The White Company

  • When young Amory de Valance was here last Lammastide he looked kindly upon the girl, and even spoke of taking her into his service.

    The White Company

  • When young Amory de Valance was here last Lammastide he looked kindly upon the girl, and even spoke of taking her into his service.

    The White Company

  • It was he and the Seneschal of Beaucair who hung Peter Wilkins, of the Company, last Lammastide; for which, by the black rood of Waltham! they shall hang themselves, if ever they come into our power.

    The White Company

  • It was he and the Seneschal of Beaucair who hung Peter Wilkins, of the Company, last Lammastide; for which, by the black rood of Waltham! they shall hang themselves, if ever they come into our power.

    The White Company

  • See, there are the blue rings of young Tintiniac, who slew my Squire Hubert last Lammastide.

    Sir Nigel

  • Company, last Lammastide; for which, by the black rood of Waltham! they shall hang themselves, if ever they come into our power.

    The White Company

  • When young Amory de Valance was here last Lammastide he looked kindly upon the girl, and even spoke of taking her into his service.

    The White Company

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