Nobody lives a day without knowing what month we are in, because it is a way of ordering events and family, work, institutional and other relationships.
Grammar of the word months in English
Months or months is a masculine noun that refers to the months of the year, so when translating it we must mention what month of the year we are referring to.
- The word months has 6 letters: m – o – n –t – h – s
- 2 syllables: mon – ths
- It is pronounced with a single voice and that is why it is a high-pitched word.
- Synonyms refer to temporality such as monthly payments and menstruation .
The months of the year in English
Each month of the year has its origin in the Roman calendar and its writing will vary according to the language , in the case of English we offer you how it is written in this language, how it is pronounced, its translation and its meaning:
- Yanuari. January. It is the first month of the year and means “the guardian of the gates.”
- Februari. February. Second month of the year. refers to the Roman festivals of purification.
- March. March. Third month of the year. it is dedicated to the god Mars or the planet of the same name.
- Eipril. April. Fourth month and it means the moment of rebirth of the flowers or opening of them.
- Mei. May. Fifth month dedicated to the goddess Maia, keeper of the earth.
- Jun. June. Sixth month referring to Jupiter’s wife.
- Julai. July. Seventh month of the year in honor of Julius Caesar.
- Ósgost. August. Eighth month of the year dedicated to the first Roman emperor “Augustus”.
- September. September. Ninth month of the year, but refers to position seven of the ancient Roman calendar.
- Octouber. October. Tenth month of the year, which means eight in sequence on the ancient Roman calendar.
- November. November. Eleventh month of the year which means nine in sequence of the ancient Roman calendar.
- Decémber. December. Last month of the year, which means ten in sequence on the ancient Roman calendar.