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How do you say September in Latin?
Last Updated: 21st February, 2020
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Also, how do you say the months in Latin?
Months of the Year Posted by kunthra on Aug 8, 2009 inLatin Language
- Februarius (February)
- Martius (March)
- Aprilis (April)
- Maius (May)
- Iunius (June)
- Iulius/Quintilis (July)
- Augustus/Sextilis (August)
- September (September)
Subsequently, question is, how did September get its name? The month kept its original name from theRoman calendar where it was the seventh month. Septem means“seven” in Latin. The month of September wasnamed during a time when the calendar year began with March, whichis why the name does not correspond with the placement inthe Julian and Gregorian calendars.
Subsequently, one may also ask, how do you say dates in Latin?
For the sake of completeness, I have seen lots ofEcclesiastical Latin dates written in the form: [die] romannumeral day (from I to XXXI)/[mensis] month in genitive/[anni]roman numeral year.
What is the 12th month in Latin?
December is the twelfth and last month ofthe year in the modern day Gregorian calendar and its predecessor,the Julian calendar. The month kept its original name fromthe Latin word decem meaning “ten” which markedit as the tenth month of the year in the Romancalendar.