intercalary

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in·ter·ca·la·ry

adjective \in-ˈtər-kə-ˌler-ē, ˌin-tər-ˈka-lə-rē\

Definition of INTERCALARY

1
a :  inserted in a calendar <an intercalary day>
b of a year :  containing an intercalary period (as a day or month)
2
:  inserted between other things or parts :  interpolated

Origin of INTERCALARY

Latin intercalarius, from intercalare
First Known Use: 1614

Rhymes with INTERCALARY

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