calends

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ca·lends

noun plural but singular or plural in construction \ˈka-lən(d)z, ˈkā-\

Definition of CALENDS

:  the first day of the ancient Roman month from which days were counted backward to the ides

Variants of CALENDS

ca·lends or ka·lends \ˈka-lən(d)z, ˈkā-\

Origin of CALENDS

Middle English kalendes, from Latin kalendae, calendae
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with CALENDS

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