Duodecember

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin duodecim (twelve); formed as logical continuation to December, which in its turn is derived from Latin decem (ten), as it was the tenth month in the Roman calendar. Possibly taken from the French Duodécembre, used by Sylvain Maréchal in 1788

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Duodecember (plural Duodecembers)

  1. The normally non-existent fourteenth month of the Western calendar.

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