|Origin:||Octobre, from Latin October, from octo 'eight'; because it was the eighth month of the ancient Roman year|
Oc‧to‧ber [uncountable and countable] written abbreviation Oct.
the tenth month of the year, between September and November
We moved in last October.
You're going to be busy in October.
on October 6th
We begin on October 6th.
on 6th October British English
They were arrested on 6th October.
October 6 American English
The baby was baptized Monday, October 6.