from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In the anc. Gr. calendar, a period or cycle of eight years, during which three intercalary months of 30 days were inserted after the sixth month in the third, fifth, and eighth years, to bring the year of twelve lunar months alternately of 30 and 29 days into accord with the solar year.


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