Saint Austin's summer

noun
Saint Aus·tin's summer | \ -ˈȯstə̇nz- \
variants: or Saint Augustine's summer \-ȯˈgəstə̇nz- \

Definition of Saint Austin's summer 

British

: Indian summer when occurring in September

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History and Etymology for Saint Austin's summer

after St. Austin (Augustine); probably from the proximity of his feast day (August 28)

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