The second month of the French Republican calendar (1793–1805), originally running from October 22 to November 20.
- Time itself was changed and months from the revolutionary calendar, denoting crucial events in Thermidor or Brumaire, were also added to the lexicon.
- It ended with Napoleon's coup d'état on 18 Brumaire.
- With the coup d'état of the 18th Brumaire 1799, which brought Bonaparte to power, Paine was again under suspicion.
French, from brume 'mist'.
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