kalendārs

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Kalendārs (1)

EtymologyEdit

Via other European languages, ultimately borrowed from Latin calendarium (account book), from calendae (the first day of the month), from calō (to announce solemnly, to call out (the sighting of the new moon)), from Proto-Indo-European *kelh₁- (to call, to shout).

PronunciationEdit

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NounEdit

kalendārs m (1st declension)

  1. calendar (listing of days, weeks, and months that compose a year; the corresponding printed material, as a book, table, etc. usually including also major events and astronomical data, and sometimes further information)
    noplēšamais sienas kalendārstear-off wall calendar
    piezīmju kalendārsnotebook calendar
    galda kalendārsdesk calendar, datebook
    kalendāra gardscalendar year
    lauksaimniecības kalendārsagricultural calendar
    pāršķirt lapu galda kalendārāto turn a page in the desk calendar
    Berlīne ir kritusi... kalendārs rāda: 1945. gada 2. maijsBerlin has fallen... the calendar shows: May 2nd, 1945
    nu jau krietni pāri diviem gadu simtiem, kopš kalendāri sāka iznākt latviskinow well over two centuris since calendars began to come out in Latvian
    mūsdienās kalendāri atrodami katrā mājā, tos lasa veci un jauni... ir pat specializēti: sieviešu, bērnu, sporta, astronomiskie un citi kalendārinowadays calendars can be found in every house, they are read by the old and the young... there are even specialized ones: women's, children's, sports, astronomical and other calendars
  2. calendar (time counting system based on periodic natural phenomena)
    saules, mēness kalendārssolar, lunar calendar
    Jūlija, Gregora kalendārsJulian, Gregorian calendar
    regulārā mēness izskata maiņa ir devusi pamatu kalendāramthe regular change in the appearance of the moon has given rise to the calendar

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(Gregorian calendar months) Gregora kalendāra mēneši; janvāris, februāris, marts, aprīlis, maijs, jūnijs, jūlijs, augusts, septembris, oktobris, novembris, decembris (Category: lv:Months)