year's mind


Definition of year's mind

  1. :  a Roman Catholic requiem mass for a deceased person held on or near the anniversary of death or burial — compare month's mind

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Origin and Etymology of year's mind

Middle English yeris minde, from Old English gēargemynd, from gēar year + gemynd memory, commemoration, mind — more at year, mind

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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