Definition of November in English:

November

Line breaks: No¦vem|ber
Pronunciation: /nə(ʊ)ˈvɛmbə
 
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noun

1The eleventh month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the last month of autumn: the shop opened in November he hasn’t played for England since last November
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  • For instance, there are 366 days between Saturday, November 20, 2055 and November 20, 2056, because 2056 is a leap year and February 29, 2056 lies between the two Novembers.
  • The November that followed wasn't the best November in my life, but then, I am not a fan of Novembers anyway, because I am not a fan of autumn.
  • Harriet Feinglass has spent the last week frantically searching for the man she met many Novembers ago at a Sunday night dance in New York.
2A code word representing the letter N, used in radio communication.

Origin

Old English, from Latin, from novem 'nine' (being originally the ninth month of the Roman year).

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