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EtymologyEdit

New Year +‎ -'s. Possibly influenced by New Year's Day and New Year's Eve, or by phrases such as New Year's celebrations.

Proper nounEdit

New Year's

  1. The holiday commemorating (the beginning of) the new year.
    We spent last New Year's at her parent's house.
    Every New Year's at least one of our windows gets broken.

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