utas

noun
\ ˈyüˌtas\
plural -es

Definition of utas

archaic
: the octave of a church feast

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History and Etymology for utas

Middle English, contraction of utaves, from Middle French huitaves, plural of huitave octave, from Medieval Latin octava

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