There are 2 definitions of September in English:

September1

Line breaks: Sep¦tem|ber
Pronunciation: /sɛpˈtɛmbə
 
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noun

The ninth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the first month of autumn: sow the plants in early September a course commencing this September
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  • All staff have been fired with immediate effect and may not be paid for the month of September.
  • For its September concert this year the group has looked to a newer generation of musicals.
  • From September the plants start to enter dormancy so that by late October it is at a maximum.

Origin

late Old English, from Latin, from septem 'seven' (being originally the seventh month of the Roman year).

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Pronunciation: ˈdiNGkəm
adjective
(of an article or person) genuine

There are 2 definitions of September in English:

September 112

Line breaks: Sep¦tem|ber 11
The date of an attack in 2001 in which two airliners were flown directly into the World Trade Center in New York, causing the complete collapse of the twin towers, and a third airliner was flown into the Pentagon, causing a five-storey section of the building to collapse; a fourth airliner, believed also to have been targeted on Washington, was brought to the ground in Pennsylvania as a result of what is thought to be passenger intervention. The airliners were hijacked by Islamic fundamentalist terrorists believed to be involved with al-Qaeda. Also called 9/11.

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