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" The fifteenth day of March, May, July, and October, and the thirteenth day of the other months... "
The Globe Dictionary of the English Language - Page 274
by English language - 1873 - 752 pages
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A complete dictionary of the English language, Volume 2

Thomas Sheridan - 1797
...Samenefs, not diverty. IDES, i'dz. f. A term anciently ufed among the Romans with regard to time, meaning the fifteenth day of March, May, July, and October, and the thirteenth of every other month. IDIOCRACY,Id-y.k'-kra-y. f. Peculiarity of conltitution. IDIOCRAT1CAL, Id-yb-krit'-fkl....
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Hudibras, Volume 2

Samuel Butler - 1835
...Quaerit calendis ponere. At Michaelmas calls all his monies in, And at our Lady puts them out again. The fifteenth day of March, May, July, and October, and the thirteenth day of all other months, was called the ides. The first day of every month was called the calends. CANTO in.]...
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A New and Improved Standard French and English and English and French ...

Alexander G. Collot - English language - 1856 - 1320 pages
...ideology, ideological. IDEOLOGUE, tm. one who treats of ideas, ideologist. IDES id, tf. pi. the fifteenth of March, May, July and October, and the thirteenth day of the other months among the Romans, ides. IDIOCRASE, tf. peculiarity of constitution, idiocrasia. IDIOELECTRIQUE, adj....
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The Boy's Yearly Book

Children's literature, English - 1867
...signifying to divide; hence, literally, the divided or half month, because the fifteenth day of the months March, May, July, and October, and the thirteenth day of the other months, was termed the Ides.— From Dr. William Smith'* Latin-English Dictionary. What is the Camera Lucida,...
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The Cabinet dictionary of the English language

English language - 1871
...from certain original sensations, and their gradual modifications. Idea, (tdz) n. pi. [L. idut.] Tho fifteenth day of March, May. July, and October, and the thirteenth day of the uther months in the Roman calendar. Id e*t ("l'est). [L.] That is. Idiocy, (id'e-0-ве) n. The condition...
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A dictionary of the derivations of the English language

English language - 1872
...; mental philosophy. des, (ids) n. pi. [L. t пs.] The fifteenth day of March, May, July, nnd October, and the thirteenth day of the other months in the Roman calendar. Idiom, (id'e-um) n. [G. idioma, from idioun, to make one's own, from idios, proper to one, peculiar.]...
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The Cabinet dictionary of the English language

English language - 1874
...ideas from certain original sensations, and their gradual modifications. Ides, (idz) n. pi. [L. idut.] The fifteenth day of March, May, July, and October,...thirteenth day of the other months in the Roman calendar. Id eat, (id'estX [L.] That is. Idiocy, (id'e-6-se) n. The condition of being idiotic; Datura! absence...
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Selections from Lhomond's Urbis Romae Viri Inlustres

C. F. L'Homond - Latin language - 1896 - 115 pages
...dem. pro., the same. ideo [id + eo], adv., for that reason, therefore. Idas, -uum, f. pi., the Ides; the fifteenth day of March, May, July and October, and the thirteenth of other months. igltur, conj., therefore, then. ignavia, -ae [ignavus, slothful], f., idleness, inactivity....
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Cicero: Ten Orations and Selected Letters

Marcus Tullius Cicero - Speeches, addresses, etc., Latin - 1912 - 310 pages
...on that account, therefore. idneus, -a, -um,y, suitable, proper. Idus, Iduum, /, pi., the Ides (the fifteenth day of March, May, July, and October and the thirteenth of the other months). igitur, conj., accordingly, consequently, then, tterefore; as I was saying,...
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Cicero: Ten Orations and Selected Letters

Marcus Tullius Cicero - Speeches, addresses, etc., Latin - 1912 - 310 pages
...on that account, therefore. idoneus, -a, -Mm, fit, suitable, proper. Idus, Iduum, /, pi., the Ides (the fifteenth day of March, May, July, and October and the thirteenth of the other months). igitur, couj., accordingly, consequently, then, therefore; as 1 was saying, so...
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