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æquinox

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æquinox (plural æquinoxes or æquinoctes)

  1. Obsolete spelling of equinox.
    • 1854, John Williams, The life of Julius Cæsar, page 195:
      For Cæsar says, that on the night of the fourth day after his landing there was a full moon. He had before mentioned that the summer was far spent, and the æquinox not come, hence, the full moon must have been either in July or August.