Yule

One of the Wiccan eight holy days, also called Winter Solstice; celebrated on December 21st of each year.

Yule

Yule noun [ Middle English yol , ʒol , Anglo-Saxon geól ; akin to geóla December or January, Icelandic jōl Yule, Ylir the name of a winter month, Swedish jul Christmas, Danish juul , Goth. jiuleis November or December. C...
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yule

Christmas or Christmastide; the feast of the Nativity of our Savior. 'And at each pause they kiss; was never seen such rule In any place but here, at bonfire, or at Yule.' (Drayton) Yule block, or Yule log, a large log of wood formerly put on the hearth of Christmas eve, as the foundation of the fire. It was brought in with much ceremony. Yule clog...
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Yule

• (n.) Christmas or Christmastide; the feast of the Nativity of our Savior.
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Yule

Yule or Yuletide (`Yule time`) is a pagan religious festival observed by the historical Germanic peoples, later being absorbed into and equated with the Christian festival of Christmas. The earliest references to Yule are by way of indigenous Germanic month names Ærra Jéola (Before Yule) or Jiuli and Æftera Jéola (After Yule). Scholars have .....
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Yule

Celebrated ten days after Rosh Hashanah, in September or October. The final day of the Jewish High H
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