Burns night

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Robert Burns + night

Noun[edit]

Burns night (plural Burns nights)

  1. An event held on the evening of 25th January in celebration of the Scottish poet Robert Burns (born on that day in 1759), usually involving Scottish foods and recitals of his poetry.

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