What is another word for september?

21 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ sɛptˈɛmbə], [ sɛptˈɛmbə], [ s_ɛ_p_t_ˈɛ_m_b_ə]

September is the ninth month of the year and is the gateway to fall. However, it has many synonyms such as harvest month, harvest time, autumnal equinox, breeze month, and vintage time. Harvest month refers to the beginning of the fall harvest season when farmers start to reap their crops. Harvest time signifies the time of plenty when the fruits of summer are gathered, and new crops are planted. Autumnal equinox refers to the day when the sun crosses the celestial equator, and day and night are equal. Breeze month indicates the cooling of temperatures and the arrival of crisp air, while vintage time refers to the period when grapes are harvested to make wine. Whatever you choose to call it, September is a beautiful month of changes, new beginnings, and harvests.

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In september 2010, Wikipedia had 14 million articles in 272 languages, including 3.4 million articles in English, 1.1 million articles in German and 1 million articles in French.
"Booknology: The eBook (1971-2010)"
Marie Lebert
At last, on the morning of Saturday, september 10, 1813, the British fleet was seen approaching, and Perry formed his ships in line of battle.
"American Men of Action"
Burton E. Stevenson
On september 6 came orders to return to our camp.
"A Narrative of Service with the Third Wisconsin Infantry"
Julian Wisner Hinkley

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