Ostermond

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EtymologyEdit

Germanic: from Old High German ōstaramānōth; from Ostern 'Easter' (both referring to the east) + Mond 'moon' [cognate, as with Monat 'month']. Compare English Eastermonth.

Proper nounEdit

Ostermond m ‎(plural Ostermonde)

  1. April, the fourth month of the Gregorian calendar, which most often includes Easter

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