sēremōnaþ, m.n: June. (SAY-reh-MO-nath / ˈseː-rɛ-ˌmoː-naθ)

Crop of a medieval manuscript with writing in Latin in black, red and green ink, with decorative initials in gold; in the top right corner are two people standing inside a double ring, representative of Gemini.
Calendar made in southern England in the first half of the 11th century; British Library, Cotton MS Julius A VI, f. 5v. [bl.uk]

2 thoughts on “sēremōnaþ

  1. Is the etymology of the first element of this noun (sēre-) known? I know that June was also called Ærra Līþa, meaning “Before Midsummer”, or “First Summer”.

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