noun fe·ria \ˈfir-ē-ə, ˈfer-\

Definition of FERIA

:  a weekday of a church calendar on which no feast falls
fe·ri·al \-ē-əl\ adjective

Origin of FERIA

Medieval Latin — more at fair
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with FERIA


noun fe·ria \ˈfer-ē-ə, -ē-ˌä\

Definition of FERIA

:  a Hispanic market festival often in observance of a religious holiday

Origin of FERIA

Spanish, fair, market, from Medieval Latin — more at fair
First Known Use: 1844


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