- (surname): Simmer
Summer (plural Summers)
- (countable) A female given name from English of modern usage, from summer, the name of the season, often given to girls born in summer.
- (countable) A surname.
- (archaic or poetic) Alternative letter-case form of .
- 1603, Michel de Montaigne, “Of Presumption”, in John Florio, transl., The Essayes […], book II, London: […] Val[entine] Simmes for Edward Blount […], →OCLC, page 368:
- I am very prodigall of cappings, namely in Summer, and I never receive any from what quality of men ſoever, but I giue them as good and as many as they bring, except he be ſome ſervant of mine.
- 1844, Charles Wilkes, “Jaunt into Pennsylvania”, in William James Morgan, David B. Tyler, Joye L. Leonhart, Mary F. Loughlin, editors, Autobiography of Rear Admiral Charles Wilkes, U. S. Navy 1798–1877, Washington, D.C.: Naval History Division, Department of the Navy/U.S. Government Printing Office, published 1978, page 570:
- Notwithstanding the tristness of the town, there are many visitors during the Summer who come for quiet and economy.
- 1883 November 8, “Weasel and Hare”, in South-Western Presbyterian, volume XV, number 40, New Orleans, La., page 3, column 5:
- In early Summer, several years ago, we were ornithologizing in a beautiful clump of natural wood along a steep brae face, so well sheltered from the north and east, and with so sunny and southern an aspect, that it had been known to us for years as the very paradise of all sorts of singing birds in the nesting season.
- 1903, The Unitarian Register - Volume 82, page 872:
- In the good old Summer time you need pack-away space and plenty of it.
- 1929, The Glovers Review - Volume 29, page xiv:
- Since men are old offenders in the matter of bare-handedness let us put forth our best efforts in May to keep them gloved as far into the Summer season as possible.
- 1950, The Rotarian, volume 77, number 5, page 12:
- Several years ago starlings took over the residential sections for their nightly roostings during the Summer months.
- Abegg, Emil, (1911) Die Mundart von Urseren (Beiträge zur Schweizerdeutschen Grammatik. IV.) [The Dialect of Urseren], Frauenfeld, Switzerland: Huber & Co., page 65.
From Old High German sumar, from Proto-West Germanic *sumar. Cognate to German Sommer, Alemannic German Summer, Luxembourgish Summer, Dutch zomer, West Frisian simmer, English summer, Danish sommer, Icelandic sumar.
Summer m (plural Summer)
- (device): Buzzer
Summer m (plural Summeren)
- Summer in the Lëtzebuerger Online Dictionnaire
Summer (Baybayin spelling ᜐᜋᜒᜇ᜔)
- a female given name from English