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  1. cal·en·dar
    IPA[ˈkaləndər]
  2. noun

    • 1. a chart or series of pages showing the days, weeks, and months of a particular year, or giving particular seasonal information.

      Synonym : almanac, ephemeris
    • 2. a system by which the beginning, length, and subdivisions of the year are fixed.

    • 3. a timetable of special days or events of a specified kind or involving a specified group:

      the college calendar
    • 4. a datebook.

    verb

    • 1. enter (something) in a calendar or timetable:

      it was at their discretion whether to index or calendar the records
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: calendar, plural noun: calendars

    • v.: verb: calendar, 3rd person present: calendars, gerund or present participle: calendaring, past tense: calendared, past participle: calendared

    • noun

      a chart or series of pages showing the days, weeks, and months of a particular year, or giving particular seasonal information.

      a system by which the beginning, length, and subdivisions of the year are fixed.

    • verb

      enter (something) in a calendar or timetable:
    • noun

      a calendar that can be adjusted to show any combination of day, month, and year, and is therefore usable year after year.

      a set of tables from which the day of the week can be reckoned for any date.

    • noun

      a complex ancient calendar in use among the Jews.
    • noun

      a calendar containing small numbered flaps, one of which is opened on each day of Advent, typically to reveal a picture appropriate to the season.
    • noun

      the calendar introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII, as a modification of the Julian calendar.
    • noun

      a calendar introduced by the authority of Julius Caesar in 46 bc, in which the year consisted of 365 days, every fourth year having 366 days. It was superseded by the Gregorian calendar though it is still used by some Orthodox Churches. Dates in the Julian calendar are sometimes designated “Old Style.”.
    • a publication issued from c. 1774 until the mid 19th century that dealt with notorious crimes.
    • noun

      the calendar introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII, as a modification of the Julian calendar.
    • noun

      a complex ancient calendar in use among Jewish people.
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