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- November:  The ancient Romans calculated the beginning of their year from March. Hence they named their ninth month novembris or november mēnsis. November and novembris were derivatives of Latin novem ‘nine’.
- c. 1200, from Old French novembre and directly from Latin November (also Novembris (mensis)), from novem "nine" (see nine). The ninth month of the Roman calendar, which began in March. For -ber see December. In Old English, it was Blotmonað "month of sacrifice," literally "blood-month," the time when the early Saxons prepared for winter by sacrificing animals, which they then butchered and stored for food.
- 1. Troops were sent to the islands to restore order last November.
- 2. He was bailed to appear before local magistrates on 5 November.
- 3. He only got a plurality on November 3rd, just 49 percent.
- 4. It happened at Stamford Bridge one murky November afternoon.
- 5. Ms Brown is still no shoo-in for the November election.
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