fortnight

[n] - a period of fourteen consecutive days
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Fortnight

Fort'night` noun [ Contr. from fourteen nights , our ancestors reckoning time by nights and winters; so, also, seven nights , sennight , a week.] The space of fourteen days; two weeks.
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Fortnight

• (n.) The space of fourteen days; two weeks.
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fortnight

(from the article `calendar`) ...sunset to sunset, whereas the day was said to begin at dawn for the Hindus and Egyptians and at midnight for the Romans. The Teutons counted ...
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fortnight

a period of 14 days : two weeks.
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Fortnight

A fortnight is a unit of time equal to 14 days (2 weeks). The word derives from the fēowertyne niht, meaning `fourteen nights`. Fortnight and fortnightly are commonly used words in the English-speaking world, where some wages, salaries and social security benefits are paid on a fortnightly basis, except North America, where it is rare outside o.....
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Fortnight

The time elasped between the new and full moons. Half a synodical month or 14.765,294 days. See syno
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fortnight

a period of fourteen consecutive days
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fortnight

a period of two weeks.
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fortnight

two weeks, or a two-week period of time.
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