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Date: 1000-1100
Language: Old French
Origin: Septembre, from Latin September, from septem 'seven'; because it was the seventh month of the ancient Roman year

September

noun
     
Related topics: Chronology
Sep‧tem‧ber [uncountable and countable] written abbreviation Sept.
TMC the ninth month of the year, between August and October
next/last September
I haven't heard from him since last September.
in September
My birthday's in September.
on September 6th
The meeting will be on September 6th.
on 6th September British English
'When's the concert?' 'On 6th September.'
September 6 American English
They arrive September 6.

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