Lammas

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Etymology[edit]

From Old English hlafmæsse ‎(loaf mass, harvest festival).

Noun[edit]

Lammas

  1. (England) A former festival held on 1st August celebrating the harvest.
  2. (Scotland) 1st August, a quarter day.
  3. (paganism) A modern pagan festival celebrated in early August celebrating the start of the grain harvest.

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