JULY , the seventh
See also:month in the Christian
See also:calendar, consisting of
See also:thirty-one days . It was originally the fifth month of the
See also:year, and as such was called by the Romans Quintilis . The later name of
See also:Julius was given in
See also:honour of Julius Caesar (who was
See also:born in the month); it came into use in the year of his
See also:death . The Anglo-
See also:Saxons called July Hegmonath, "
See also:hay-month," or Maed-monath, " mead-month," the meadows being then in
See also:bloom . Another name was aftera li15a, " the latter mild month," in contradistinction to
See also:June, which was named " the former mild month." Chief
See also:dates of the month: 3rd July,
See also:Dog Days begin; 15th July, St Swithin; 25th July, St
See also:James .
JULLUNDUR, or JALANDHAR
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