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Date: 1300-1400
Language: French
Origin: jubilé, from Late Latin jubilaeus, from Late Greek iobelaios, from Hebrew yobhel 'sheep's horn, jubilee'; influenced by Latin jubilare ( JUBILANT)

jubilee

noun
     
Related topics: Chronology
ju‧bi‧lee [countable]
TMC a date that is celebrated because it is exactly 25 years, 50 years etc after an important event

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