calends

The first day of the month, which belonged to Janus. Also spelt kalends. Derivation of the word calendar.

Calends

Cal'ends noun plural [ Middle English kalendes month, calends, Anglo-Saxon calend month, from Latin calendae ; akin to calare to call, proclaim, Greek ................... CF. Claim .] The first day of each month in the ancient Roman calendar. [ Written also kalend...
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Calends

• (n. pl.) The first day of each month in the ancient Roman calendar.
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calends

calends From calare, 'to call'. The first day of the Roman month. Varro said the term was first used to call the people together on the first day of the month when the pontifex told them of the time of the new moon, the day of the nones, and the festivals and sacred days to be observed. The custom continued until A.U.C. 450 when the fasti or calen...
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Calends

Calends was the first day of the Roman calendar month.
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Calends

The calends (kalendae, `the called`) were the first days of each month of the Roman calendar. The Romans assigned these calends to the first day of the month, signifying the start of the new moon cycle.{Citation needed|date=February 2007} On that day, the pontiffs would announce at the Curia Calabra the rest days for the upcoming month and the d.....
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